Named Bosses are so called Elites, the strongest type of enemies you will encounter in Tom Clancy’s The Division. Most of the time they are accompanied by other enemies, however you will want to focus the big fish with the yellow health and armor bar – the named one.

Farming these rare enemies is currently one of the most effective and diversified ways to obtain new (named) items and Gear Sets as a drop is guaranteed. Besides normal loot, they also drop Phoenix Credits.

Bullet King

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Bullet King

Because the concept around these special NPCs wasn’t really finished at the game’s release, a glitch allowed players to farm them endlessly because there wasn’t a noticeable respawn cooldown. Especially Bullet King, a Named Enemy of the Rikers, became famous overnight and even got his own entry on Wikipedia!

Fortunately, the problem got fixed and Update 1.4 introduced a working and really enjoyable free roaming experience.

All Named Boss Locations

These rare mobs can be found in the Open World (also known as Light Zone; respawn every 4 hours) and inside the Dark Zone (respawn every 10 minutes), but are also seen in story missions like Joe Ferro, the head of the Cleaners. The spawn locations of all Named Bosses are marked in the map below. In addition, the arrow’s direction tells you whether they are located in the underground (down), or at ground level (up) of Manhattan.

In case you still can’t find them by using the map, you might want to have a look at the following video to get an idea for the surrounding environment.

Download

You can also download the colored and black & white edition as PDF. Full credits go to Randouken who created them.

Named Boss Locations Map PDF (colored) 1.51 MB / 22563 ClicksNamed Boss Locations Map PDF (printable) 1.35 MB / 8959 Clicks

  • Bullet King (Riker)
  • Sorretto (Cleaner, Heavy)
    Basketball court (2100 x 840)
  • Strings (Riker, LMG)
    Train tracks (2000 x 670)
  • Fumes (Cleaner, Gas grenades)
    Underground station via Safe House tunnels (1485 x 1350)
  • Erksine (Cleaner, Rifleman with grenades)
    Streets near docks (1360 x 390)
  • Fray (Rioter, Rifleman with grenades)
    Alley between blocks (900 x 1070)
  • Five-O (Rioter)
    Contamination area between blocks (780 x 1150)
  • Belzer (Cleaner, Gas grenades)
    Street intersection (645 x 1810)
  • Riot (Riker, Rifleman with grenades)
    South of the park ( 250 x 2365)
  • Gunnery Sgt. Lewis (LMB, Heavy)
    2260 x 2585
  • Apollo (LMB, Heavy)
  • Sgt. Jacks (LMB, Heavy with shield)
    Street intersection (2100 x 2750)
  • Cpl. Dorsman (LMB, Incendiary grenades)
    Near Koby’s (1455 x 2850)
  • Cpl. Wright (LMB)
    Car lot (730 x 2840)
  • Chains (Riker, Heavy)
    Playground (575 x 3350)
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9 Comments

  1. JRichmond27
    Jan 05, 2017 @ 07:55:00

    The map marker for Chains is not correct. It should be a little further to the right, directly below the safehouse.

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  2. Corey Cauble
    Jan 25, 2017 @ 11:28:00

    Anyone know what missions are required to spawn each of the bosses? I haven’t been able to locate this info except for Bulletking. His requires: Supply Drop Times Square Winter Supplies

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    • QXARE
      Jan 25, 2017 @ 19:59:00

      There is no such a requirement, all of them should be there from the beginning?

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      • mobbarn
        Mar 20, 2017 @ 23:17:00

        That is not true.
        I hears on Youtube that you need to do all the “Side-missions” in every district to get them to spawn in said district.
        I might be wrong… i did all missioins leveling up so i they have been there all the time for me.

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  3. Xasen3000
    Jan 29, 2017 @ 15:06:00

    Do they reset once a week??

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    • QXARE
      Jan 29, 2017 @ 17:39:00

      No, every 4 hours.

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      • Xasen3000
        Jan 29, 2017 @ 17:41:00

        Okay, thanks for The reply

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  4. Gerbs
    Feb 09, 2017 @ 10:18:00

    Sgt Jacks just dropped 2 gear set masks for me. Sick

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  5. Geiji Enduro
    Feb 15, 2017 @ 18:41:00

    the 4 hour spawn time is far too long considering the rare drop rates. I think an hour to an hour and a half is a good spawn timer.

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