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Where To Find Skill Mods In The Division 2

Where To Find Skill Mods In The Division 2
When you unlock new Skills in The Division 2, you are able to apply modifications. This guide will tell you Where To Find Skill Mods In The Division 2 as you can unlock Skills very early in the game but the ability to find Skill Mods doesn’t become available until later.

Weapons, gear, equipment, and even Skills are all things you can modify in The Division 2. Skill Mods come in various shapes and sizes. Some will reduce cooldowns, allowing you to use the Skill much quicker, others will make the Skill more potent or powerful. Most have random perks attached so it’s best to be on the look out for the best Skill Mods as early as possible.

Where To Find Skill Mods In The Division 2

[line style=’solid’ top=’10’ bottom=’10’ width=’100%’ height=’1′ color=’blue’] You can unlock Skills in The Division 2 with Skill Points. These are awarded through story progression, allowing you to unlock new Skills as you progress through the Main Missions. Continue to progress through the game until your Agent reaches level 10.

Once you are level 10, there are two ways you can obtain Skill Mods. You can visit various Vendors, such as the one in The Theater, and purchase Skill Mods directly from the shop. These are restricted based on the Skills you have available, more are unlocked as you unlock more Skills.

Lastly, also when you reach level 10, you are able to find Skill Mods as random items from enemy drops, boss fights and chests. Check the “Gear” icon section of your inventory to look at all your Skill Mods.

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