The Division 2 has a dense world to explore and interesting characters populate the landscape with each having their own quirks or mystery to them. Suit Cards are one of the collectibles that give you a look into the background of the Elite Enemies that you will be taking on. Collecting all Suit Cards will also get you “Suits You, Sir!” Trophy/Achievement so let us discuss methods for finding such collectibles.
The Division 2 Snitch Card Locations
Snitch Card Suits are short bio-data entries that let you in on the origins of the role of an Elite Enemy (those with the yellow health bar). Since these enemies will be moving around, locations for such collectibles are naturally not fixed.
However, such foes tend to spawn within the same region and are only separated by the confines of time. Yes, all you have to do is wait for the Elite Enemies to spawn, and then eliminate them so to farm these Snitch Cards.
Like a real Card Suit, the Division 2 has 4 sets of suits constituting to 52 cards obtainable cards in total.
You can check your progress for any collected cards head to the “Progression” tab of the in-game menu. There, access the “DC” section and scroll all the way down to the Snitch Card Suits.
Successfully, collecting a Suit of the Card awards you player XP along with e-Credits to spend on Weapon Mods and Gear. Collecting all the four suits will earn you the “Suits You, Sir!” Trophy/Achievement.
As straightforward as it may sound, farming Snitch Cards is a chore and a grind that can take you up to 26 hours.
This is because each Elite Enemy will take 30 minutes to spawn after you have dealt with or failed to deal with one. These 30 minutes are in real-time so there is no way around it.
All you can hope is that by now, as you read this article, you will have already collected some Snitch Cards so to be on the head start as you collect all the 52 Cards.
Moreover, we would like to advise you to tackle this challenge organically so you can complete a Story Mission and then return to collect a card. This way, it will not feel like a burden.
If you have a second console or a friend who is not actively chasing this goal, then you can potentially save time by hopping onto their game-world to collect the card and then when 30 minutes have passed, you can return to your game to get another card. This way, you can almost halve the time it takes to collect all 52 cards, provided you carry out this technique consistently.
Apart from having yellow health bars, these Gang Leaders or Elite Enemies always have a name that stands out, unlike the standard foes that are nameless. You can choose to farm for these cards in any one of the following two spots.
Before you get any ideas, know that it will still take 30 minutes for an Elite Enemy to spawn even if you alternate between the two farming spots, so it is best to stick to one.
South of the White House
The area is unlocked after the Prologue Mission and most of the enemies here are low-level so you will not have a hard time farming for Snitch Cards here.
South of District Union Arena Stronghold
The area is unlocked after completing the main story so you can expect more high-level and challenging enemies in this region. You can also fast-travel to this region.
Once you have killed an Elite Enemy and dealt with his guards or support enemies, you can proceed to collect the loot that will grant you with a random Snitch Card that may or may not belong to the Suit of Card you are aiming to complete.
Do note that if you are in a hurry, you can simply just walk over the corpse of the Elite Enemy to collect the card, as there is no need to physically loot his body.