The Polycarbonate in The Division 2 is used at the Workbench in association with other materials, to craft Weapons and Gear.
“Crafting material that can be used for various item components. The Hyenas seem to be hoarding this material.
The classification of polymers is strong, tough, and versatile. And are often used in construction, protective packaging, and manufacturing of vehicles and electronics.
Some polycarbonates are transparent and can be used to create lenses or bullet-proof windows.
Polycarbonate is fully recyclable with an excellent yield, but if disposed of incorrectly, the material can leach environmentally hazardous chemicals as it decomposes.“
The Division 2 Polycarbonates Locations
Below we reveal four methods to get Polycarbonate in Division 2.
Hyenas Gang Members
Just like Electronics, the Polycarbonates are dropped by enemies from the Hyena Faction. Even though these gang members appear on most streets in Washington D.C, a large concentration can be observed in Downtown East.
They are led by the Hyena Council and you can identify them by the gas masks and riot helmets.
Looting as many containers (boxes, crates, etc..) while exploring Washington D.C is another way to get Polycarbonate.
Strategically explore the environment while playing missions, or in free-roam, and always check the Supply Rooms you unlock when you liberate Control Points.
Here is a small yellow box containing Polycarbonates.
Standard Materials Pack
Additionally, you can get more Polycarbonate from the Ubisoft Club Store. This material is included in the Standard Material Pack you can redeem in exchange for 20 Ubisoft Club Points.
Deconstructing Gear and Weapons
Another method to get Polycarbonate in Division 2 is by dismantling Gear or Weapons.
To increase the amount you receive for each dismantled Weapon or Gear, you should consider unlocking and leveling up the Deconstruction Perk.
How to Use Polycarbonate In Division 2
Once you get this material you can use it at the Crafting Station. Fast Travel to the White House and locate Inaya al-Khaliq.
Besides the fact that this material is required for Weapons and Gear, you’ll also need it if you wish to upgrade the Crafting Workbench to the purple level (along with Protective Fabrics and Receiver Components).
Below you can see a weapon that requires Polycarbonates.
Finally, you’ll need this material to complete Projects. Specifically, the following Division 2 Projects require Polycarbonates.
|Project Name||Polycarbonate Required|
|Secure Salvage Route||10|
Keep in mind that you can’t carry more than 300 Polycarbonates at once. The maximum amount is reached after you purchase the Crafting Material 3 Perk.
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