The Division 2 BTSU Exotic Gloves Guide – Exotic Talents, How to Get

In our The Division 2 BTSU Exotic Gloves Guide, we have shared everything you need to know about finding the Exotic Gloves in the game.

The latest Exotic piece of weapon/armor to make its way into the Division 2 is the Exotic Gloves. Focused around a skill-based build, the perks are really useful as all attributes like skills status effects, skills damage and skills healing are increased. Here’s how you acquire the BTSU Exotic Gloves in The Division 2.

The Division 2 BTSU Exotic Gloves

The task to obtain the Gloves is straightforward as you simply have to play through the new Camp White Oak story mission, be it on any difficulty level.

You’ll want to have luck on your side as some players have reported to have been granted it as the loot drop from the final boss, Galveston.

Others didn’t have to go through all that hardwork and simply obtained the Exotic Gloves by fighting off random Black Tusk mobs.

Alternatively, players (those even without a season pass) were able to obtain the BTSU Gloves by defeating the final boss in the Invasion Heroic Mission.

However, chances of getting the Exotic Gloves via this method remain slim. As for the primary method, that of the Camp White Oak mission, the figure of “25%” has been calculated for a chance of Galveston boss enemy dropping the armor piece.

The talents of the Gloves will primarily compliment offensive skills. These talents are:

  • Elemental Gadgetry: Skills that apply status effects gain +50% status effect duration and +50% skill haste.
  • Energy Infusion: Whenever you apply a status effect, your gloves become infused with that for 60s. While infused, you gain +10% skill damage, +10% skill healing and repair and +10% skill duration for each Utility (yellow battery) on your gear.
  • Charged Proxies: Whenever you throw a skill, 1.25s after landing, it creates an explosion applying the infused status effect to all enemies within 6m. Enemies affected by the infused status effect take 50% more damage from your skills.
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