The Division 2 Ceramics Location

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Tom Clancy’s The Division 2: Ceramics Crafting Material Location

The Division 2 Ceramics Location

Ceramics is a Crafting Material featured in Tom Clancy’s The Division 2, the tactical third-person shooter video game developed by Massive Entertainment for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

The Ceramics in Division 2 are used at the Crafting Station in association with other materials.

Unlike the Carbon Fiber, this material can also be obtained from the weapons you dismantle.

Ceramics Description

“Crafting material used when creating protective plating in gear. Often utilized by the Outcasts.

Bullet impact carries great force and can be very hard to stop.

Modern protective plating is often constructed to shatter the bullet on impact instead of blocking it.

To limit the force that the user is subjected to, the plating is also designed to crack and fracture.

This produces shrapnel that can be caught by ballistic fibers behind the plate.”

The Division 2 Ceramics Locations

You can get Ceramics in The Division 2 by killing enemies from the Outcasts Faction.

Although this faction doesn’t have a specific location, you’ll most likely encounter them mid-game.

They are led by Emeline Shaw and most Suicide Bombers are Outcasts.

Furthermore, the enemies belonging to this faction, drop Titanium.

In The Division 2, you can also get Ceramics by dismantling weapons.

To increase the amount you receive for each dismantled weapon, you should consider unlocking and leveling up the Deconstruction Perk.

Finally, you can find Ceramics in Supply Rooms or you can buy caches from the Ubisoft Club Store.

How to Use Ceramics

Once you get this Crafting Material you can use it at any workbench.

Keep in mind that you can’t carry more than 300 units at once. The maximum amount is reached after you purchase the Crafting Material 3 Perk.

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