The rest, of course, is up to you. Use the following gear splits to spec out your character accordingly. Seekers are a nice choice for quick damage you can set and forget. Visit the Dark Zone Vendors to grab the Top order equipment, but for that, you also need Phoenix Credits. Equip the Devastating Talent on it which will give you +5% extra weapon damage boost further increasing the damage of your primary weapon.
Since you can spec deeper into electronics now, the turret damage is pretty good, but most players will just cleanse and build immunity to it. In terms of opening the meta up a bit, Massive did that. It also has a normal version in the game but I recommend that you go for the custom one. Aim for Responsive, Destructive, Unforgiving, Competent, Ferocious, Predatory, Coolheaded, Skilled, and Determined for normal weapon talents. Overview of The Division 1. It is one of the best assault rifles in the game at this point. The Close and Personal talent will bode well with anyone who wishes to call upon the spirit of Leeroy Jenkins and charge head first into battle.
It's better to gear up with getting stronger by increasing the Total Gear score. They will give you around 24900 armor. Lastly, make sure you pick the right gear mods. Other Armor piece and perks can focus on the critical hit damage more than the critical hit chances. Not to mention the Revive grenade will even bring you back up, should you go down near it.
Stack these on multiple items and your skills will last for ages. As well as damage bonuses, look for bonuses that grant you health when you kill an enemy. However, with this site, players can input what they think is their likely headshot percentage. Recovery Link Heal Can Help you Team survive in both PvE and PvP, but the situations can be synergy, it doesn't compare to others. Speccing out one weapon just to deal with Elites is advised. Recovery links are the most popular since Tactical links are very powerful in Last Stand, giving a mere 10% damage instead of its normal 30%. Again, it comes down to how a person plays and whether or not they want a tighter bloom of bullets or more stability for the muzzle climb.
Tactical link is still really strong, and I'd go as far as saying run it solo unless you're a player who plans on just farming and avoiding ganks. The main Talents you should be looking for on an Assault Rifle for this build are the Fast Hands and Allegro. The Blinder Firefly also stuns enemies, giving you free shots at them without worrying about cover. Where to spec your primary stats Where a player should be speccing their Firearms, Stamina, and Electronics is currently a hot topic. The new Exotic system is nice, the lore is good, and Massive finally added some unique and fun talents. I guess what I'm saying is you can make pretty much any build viable if you recalibrate everything properly i. The stagger bonus, one of the new additions in 1.
This could be to make the weapon more interesting, since named weapons are kind of in a lull right now when it comes to Talents. There's some decent diversity now. I sold it all though haha. Run Recovery link if you have multiple people and they're quick with it. This is a very handy talent and since you will be taking a lot of damage in the raid, your critical hit damage will keep increasing for every 10% armor that you lose. Our pick for this slot is the Chatterbox submachine gun. Mine is at 180k but can crit hit on a avg of 3mil on my sniper with a decent pulse in Smart Cover.
The Hungry Hog wins slightly, but you can easily replace it with an M60. This lets a solo player spec deep into Electronics and Stamina and still maintain their damaging talents as while nabbing an extra talent. Increasing your weapon damage is easier than your toughness via skills, links, aim, build, and using the right weapons. Having a fully specced in your group is pretty damn good right now. If you are the Crafting guy then go for Extended Magazine Blueprint to increase your chances of giving headshots and for the rest, you can apply Either Critical Hit Damage or Critical Hit Chance.
Scope sensitivity is rough with a gamepad, so it's mostly a mouse and keyboard set. Obviously, speccing into Electronics for skill power is good if you want powerful skills, but don't put everything into it—don't do that anywhere. With this guide, your sole focus is dealing damage to enemies so naturally, you might be a little less on the defensive side. It will give you +10% assault rifle damage along with -10% damage from elites. We have detailed all the required weapons, armor sets, mods and skills that you will need for this build below. Electronics is an important attribute for medics, and anyone relying on the offensive skills too.