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Division 2 Eagle Bearer Guide: How To Get The Exotic Assault Rifle

Division 2 Eagle Bearer

Division 2 has plenty of exotic weapons and we have covered some of them in the past. In this Division 2 guide, we are going to go over how you can get Eagle Bearer, the exotic assault rifle in the game.

Before we get into how you can get the weapon, let us look at the talents that the gun has. The following are the talents of Eagle Bearer:

Eagle’s Strike

Accuracy increases up to 100% as you continuously fire, headshot kills grant an additional 100% to reload speed, +35% damage, and Tenacity is buffed for 10 seconds. It also boosts the strength of Tenacity by 1% for body shots and 5% for headshots.


20-80% of damage taken is delayed until the buff expires.

Protected Fire

While the Eagle Bearer is holstered, you’ll gain 10% bonus armor while firing your current weapon.

Now that we have got that out of the way, we can talk about how you can get the weapon in the game.

Division 2 Eagle Bearer

How To Get Eagle Bearer In Division 2?

In order to get this weapon, you need to do the Operation Dark Hours raid. You need to be raid ready and have a gear score of at least 490. The higher the better. You should do this with a group of friends ideally so that you can communicate with one another effectively.

If you are not raid ready then grinding world tiers will help you up your power. Whether or not you get Eagle Bearer comes down to chance. You can get the weapon by defeating the raid bosses or from the raid chest.

The drop rate of this weapon is very low and I would not be surprised if you do not get this weapon even after completing the raid a couple of times. Do not lose hope and keep on doing the raid until you finally get the weapon.

That is all that you need to know about getting Eagle Bearer in Division 2. If you are interested in learning more about the game then you can check out our guide on the best perks to unlock first.

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