“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
Here are several methods to get this material in Division 2.
Outcasts Gang Members
You can get Ceramics 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, some enemies belonging to this faction, drop Titanium.
Looting as many containers as you can while exploring Washington D.C is another way to get Ceramics.
Pay attention to the environment when playing the game’s missions or while in free-roam and always check the Supply Rooms you unlock at Control Points.
Here is a crate containing Ceramics.
Standard Materials Pack
Alternatively, you can get more Ceramics from the Ubisoft Club Store. This material is included in the Standard Material Pack you can redeem in exchange for 20 Ubisoft Club Points.
In Tom Clancy’s Division 2, you can also get Ceramics by dismantling Gear. In the picture below you can see the amount of Ceramics received after deconstructing a blue Chest Armor.
To increase the amount you receive for each dismantled piece of Gear, you should consider unlocking and leveling up the Deconstruction Perk.
How to Use Ceramics In Division 2
Once you get this material you can use it at the Crafting Station. Fast Travel to the White House and find Inaya al-Khaliq.
The Ceramics is required to craft most Gear; however, you’ll also need it to complete Projects. Specifically, the following Division 2 Projects require Ceramics.
|Project Name||Ceramics Required|
|Water Pipeline Construction||10|
|Water Keeper Liberation||10|
In the following picture, you can see that an Improvised Body Armor requires 8 Ceramics.
Keep in mind that you can’t carry more than 300 Ceramics units at once. The maximum amount is reached after you purchase the Crafting Material 3 Perk.
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