Unlike other video game collectables (Government Comms), for example, the Snitch Cards in The Division 2, can’t be found at specific locations; thus you’ll have to start looking for them as early as you can if you wish to unlock the Suits You, Sir! trophy/achievement.
Because The Division 2 Suits of Cards require a lot of time, here is a farming method that will eventually help you get them faster.
Before moving forward; however, there are several aspects you have to be aware of.
Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 Suits of Snitch Cards
To find all Snitch Cards in Tom Clancy’s The Division 2, first, you have to know what they are and where to look for them.
These cards are basically short biographies of specific gang members or enemies you have to kill in the video-game.
Obviously, they are carried by them, which means you won’t be able to find these collectibles at fixed locations. In other words, to get the Snitch Cards, you have to kill the gang members that carry them.
The Division 2 features 4 sets of Snitch Cards, each set containing 13 cards. This means that there is a total of 52 Snitch Cards you can find in the game.
These sets are Snitch Cards: Clubs, Snitch Cards: Diamonds, Snitch Cards: Hearts and Snitch Cards: Spades.
The image above shows how a Snitch Card looks like in The Division 2.
Tracking The Division 2 Snitch Cards
As you advance through the game, exploring Washington D.C.; you’ll most likely collect some of these cards, but not all of them.
So, in order to see the Snitch Cards you have collected, you’ll have to open the game’s menu.
From here, go to Progression, then press R1/RB to access the DC menu.
Now scroll down to the bottom of the list to see the 4 Snitch Cards Suits listed above along with the number of cards you have found.
It’s worth mentioning that for the Suits You, Sir! achievement/trophy you only need one complete set (all 13 cards); however, since you also get Experience Points and E-Credits for each set you complete, you might want to get all Snitch Cards.
So here is how to farm them.
The Division 2 Snitch Cards Suits Farming
To make the most out of this Snitch Cards grinding method you might want to use it as early as possible because you’ll have to spend some time farming.
From the beginning, you should know that these collectibles are a guaranteed drop from gang members that always have names.
You can easily identify them by the yellow health bar above their heads. These are quite powerful and they never walk alone.
Here is a picture with one of them.
As you can notice the gang member above goes by the name of Calamity, while his bio is further above, at the beginning of the guide.
Each gang member that has a name and a yellow health bar above his head will drop a Snitch Card.
The first problem; however, is that the card is random, meaning that you don’t know for which set it is. The second problem is that these enemies have a spawning interval of 30 minutes. So basically you need about 26 hours in real-time to get all 52 cards.
While this may seem a lot, it can be done, assuming you don’t forget to visit one of the two locations below every 30 minutes.
If you do this while playing the game’s story, you’ll be able to progress faster.
The first farming spot is south of the White House as you can see below.
As this area is unlocked after the game’s prologue, make sure you visit it regularly at intervals no shorter than 30 minutes. Kill the gang member with the yellow health bar and collect the Snitch Card.
Later in the game, as you progress through the story, you’ll be able to unlock the District Union Arena Stronghold; however, this location is unlocked towards the end of the game.
South of District Union Arena Stronghold is another spawning point for enemies carrying Snitch Cards. Simply check the courtyard several steps south of Arena Stronghold and you’ll most likely find it.
What makes this farming spot better than the first one is that it’s closer to a Fast Travel point, thus you won’t have to walk that much.
Regardless of the spawn point, you decide to use, here are several tips you should consider.
- You don’t have to actually loot the enemy carrying the Snitch Card. You can get it by simply walking over his corpse.
- Start farming Snitch Cards early in the game.
- Set an alarm and visit one of the locations above every 30 minutes (usually after you finish a story-mission).
- You can’t farm both locations, because only one high-rank enemy spawns.
- You can’t find these Division 2 collectible cards in missions or Dark Zones.
- Last but not least, if you have a friend playing the game you can join his session, get a card, then return to your game and get a second one. This allows you to save even more time.
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