How to Get the Demon Mask in The Division 2

In The Division 2 you can find some hidden enemies known as Hunters which can be fought to obtain their masks. These hidden enemies are rather difficult and are well hidden. To help you find these enemies and get their masks I’m doing a series covering all 12 Masks locations. To start us off here’s our how to get the Demon mask guide for The Division 2.

Important Notes:

  • This Hunter can be summoned at any time.
  • If you fail to kill this Hunter you can summon it the next in-game night to try again.
  • Defeat this Hunter to get the Demon Mask.
  • Chance they drop an Ivory Key.
  • Hunters are hard to take down solo. Get a friend or NPCs to help you whenever possible.

Reach the Center of the Office Building in Downtown East

Image showing the Office Building you get the Demon Mask inside.

Make your way to the Office Building in the Downtown East side area that is directly east of the Demolition Site Control Point. Reach the center courtyard area of the Office Building and climb the yellow tarp so you are standing on top of a planter box.

Shoot Four Targets in Office Building Windows

Image showing the four targets you need to shoot to get the Demon Msk.

Once you are on the Planter look to the west and you will see windows with targets in them (pictured above). Shoot all four targets to spawn in this Hunter. When defeated this hunter drops the Demon Mask.

Demon Mask Picture & Information

Image showing the Demon Mask in The Division 2.

The Demon Mask is one of twelve Hunter Masks you can unlock in The Division 2. This mask is a cosmetic item you can find and equip under the Apparel > Mask. Once you collect one Hunter mask it will be added to the collection wall in the basement of the White House.

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