August 9, 2019

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The Division 2 – Loot the Exotic Diamondback Rifle in Expeditions This Weekend

It's not every day that you can earn yourself an exotic weapon with a snake coiled around it, but today is one of those days. The Student Union wing of Kenly College is finally open, and from now through Tuesday, August 13, players who complete all three wings in Expeditions mode are guaranteed to get the exotic Diamondback rifle. Once earned, the Diamondback will join the loot pool for Heroic missions and Expeditions loot rooms, unlocking the potential for players to earn it again. The first Expeditions cycle is set to end on Tuesday, after which players will have to wait to access Expeditions until the next cycle launches, so be sure to make time this weekend if you want to add this bad boy to your inventory.

Players who log in before August 13 will also be granted an Expedition Care Package (if they haven't unlocked theirs already), containing some new loot and a cosmetic backpack trophy. And be sure to check out the Heat Wave apparel event; free keys are still available through in-game activities until August 15. The Division 2 is out now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Check out our for more on the new mode, and peruse our previous Division 2 coverage for the latest updates.

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