Sweet Dreams score 250 is a requirement for the Lullaby exotic upgrade in The Division 2. If you’re preordered the game, you got the upgrade as part of a bonus pack. If that’s the case, you’re probably confused by it all. What does it mean? The game does a pretty poor job of explaining. That’s why we’ve written this guide, to explain to you what Division 2 Sweet Dreams Score 250 means and how to get it.
How to get Sweet Dreams score 250?
First of all, this is not a Lullaby upgrade. It has almost nothing to do with the Lullaby shotgun. It’s actually a preorder bonus item that’s used to change the skin of another weapon, to make it look like the Lullaby.
That weapon is another shotgun, called Sweet Dreams. This upgrade will make the Sweet Dreams look like the Lullaby – that is all it does. The “score 250” in the requirement means its meant for endgame characters. It refers to gear score, which is a progression metric that takes center stage after you’ve reached the level cap. Once you hit level 30, the way to progress will be to increase your gear score by getting better items. You will also be able to use upgrades to increase the gear score of the ones you already have.
Sweet Dreams score 250 means that the Lullaby exotic upgrade skin can only be applied to a specific shotgun with a gear score of 250 or higher. This means you’ll have to wait a fair while before you can use it. It’s still too early to worry about stuff like this, but since it’s not explained well, a lot of players think it’s an actual Lullaby upgrade and want to know how to use it. Especially since they practically paid for it.