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In the Potomac Event Center, there are posters showing some sort of warrior with the name “Valhalla” at the top, indicating the warrior is either a Viking or otherwise connected to Norse mythology. The warrior is also holding an orb that appears to be an Apple of Eden from the Assassin’s Creed series, suggesting this is a hint for a Viking-themed Assassin’s Creed game. This corroborates other rumors about the next game, especially since Ubisoft often teases upcoming games in their current games.
Down in the sewers, you can find an alligator behind some bars. It doesn’t react to you or respond if you shoot it. It is most likely a reference to the common urban legend of alligators being found in city sewers.
If you enter the sewers from West Potomac Park, you can find a red balloon visible behind some bars. The balloon appears to be a reference to Pennywise the Clown from the book and film It. Another balloon can be found in the southwestern area of the city, near graffiti that reads “Sleep.” Players have reported finding other balloons as well, which could hint at a larger Pennywise reference still waiting to be discovered as of now.
Behind the blocked door in the Space Administration HQ, you can zoom in to see past the debris to spot an alien, although you can’t interact with it in any way. This might also be a reference to the popular conspiracy theory among UFO believers that governments have secretly either captured or made deals with extraterrestrials.
In the Space Administration HQ, you can interact with four computers to open the door to a secret room, where you’ll find a stuffed turtle toy with four toy elephants on its back and then a flat Earth on top of that. This is a reference not only to flat Earth beliefs, but even more so to the comedy fantasy Discworld series by Terry Pratchett. In Discworld, the world is a flat disc carried on the backs of four elephants that ride on a giant turtle through space.
In the Theater settlement, you can unlock a game zone where you can see kids playing For Honor, another game from Ubisoft.
There is also a knight figurine in an early cutscene that could be another For Honor reference, or possibly a reference to The Settlers, which is also an Ubisoft game.
In the Taxi Graveyard, you can find an overturned taxi, a bloodstained hat, a toy snake, and a sign that reads “Clever girl,” all references to a scene in Jurassic Park.
You can unlock new keychains by completing certain tasks, while others are dropped by enemies or looted in specific locations.
Chess Pieces – Control ever Control Point on World Tier 4 at the same time.
Conflict Symbol – Reach the Maximum Level for Conflict.
DC Flag – Reach Commendation Tier 5.
East DZ – Awarded for getting disavowed agent kills in East DZ.
South DZ – Awarded for getting disavowed agent kills in South DZ.
West DZ – Awarded for getting disavowed agent kills in West DZ.
Gavel – Rescue the President and bring him back.
Rogue Coin – Enter the special Rogue Agent Safe House in DZ or by access the Rogue Agent terminals; this will be randomly awarded.
Traffic Cone – Clear all Contaminated Zones.
Armpatch and Dogtags – Drops from the last True Sons boss in the “Capitol Hill” stronghold.
Blood Vial – Found in a dresser ahead of the underground tunnel in the “Roosevelt Island” stronghold.
Gold Bar – Found in a safety deposit box in the fault in the “Treasury” mission.
Hunter’s Axe – Found in the locked Ivory Chest in the White House, along with an exotic weapon, which you can unlock with the eight Ivory Keys you get from killing every Hunter boss.
Lincoln Bust – Found in a container in the gift shop during the “Lincoln Memorial” mission.
Plushie Flower – In the Campus settlement at Settlement Level 2, you can find it in the new area above the stage in a container.
Plushie Hippo – In the Theater settlement at Settlement Level 2. Then, you can find it in the new area above the leader’s room in a box.
Skeleton – Found by checking the model skeleton in the lower floor of the morgue during the “DCD Headquarters” mission.
Space Shuttle – Found on a shelf near the crashed shuttle in the Air and Space Museum.
Capitol Building – Awarded for completing the activities in the Open Beta.
Supply Crate – Awarded for playing Dark Zone East in the Open Beta.
Teddy Bear – Pre-order bonus for the PC version of the game.
US Flag – Awarded if you have the maximum Shield Tier in the first The Division.
From Foggy Bottom, you can find a point of interest west of the safe house that leads to the sewers, from which you can then reach a bunker. Inside the bunker, a woman will give you a bonus mission, which you can complete to unlock a World War II uniform.
While in an unoccupied Dark Zone, you can activate 10 terminals to mark Dark Zone safe houses on your map.
There are several buildings called “Hydden Hotels” throughout the city. If you find all of them and “check in” at each one by pressing the button, go to the Washington Monument. This will let you force open an elevator and rappel down to a secret room, where you’ll find a weapon and a written message that appears to be from survivors who had to leave.
If you’re having trouble finding all of the Hydden Hotel locations, use the video guide below for help.
If you’re trying to get the Merciless exotic rifle, it has a chance of dropping from the final boss of the Jefferson Trade Center SHD mission while playing on hard, as well as from Hyena bosses.
There are 12 Secret Hunter Masks hidden in various locations. To get each mask, you will first need to interact with the correct location, complete any indicated tasks, then fight the Hunter bosses that spawn to get the masks. Several masks can be found together or near each other.
The interactions required to trigger the mask battles range from saluting specific graves to interacting with specific computers. You will see static if you perform the interaction correctly.
Note: the majority of masks can only be obtained at night, except for the Demon mask, which can only be done during the day.
If you’re having trouble finding the masks or figuring out any of the tasks to obtain the secret masks, use the video guide below for help.
Supply Rooms renew their item supplies every 24 hours of real-world time. Since you can fast travel to Supply Rooms, this makes it easy to visit them every day to collect the items, which you can then either keep, deconstruct for parts, or sell for easy money.
There are 52 collectible cards you can get by fighting named enemies with yellow health bars in the open world area. Each enemy will drop one card, though the card you get is random. However, only one of these enemies will spawn every 30 minutes of real-world time, and they can disappear if you die while fighting them. The bright side is that they spawn in the same locations. Therefore, you can defeat one to get its card and then simply wait there 30 minutes until it respawns to fight it again.