How shared loot works in Helldivers 2

How shared loot works in Helldivers 2 1

Welcome to the Helldivers 2 guide on everything you need to know about shared loot! Knowing how the system works would improve your and others’ gaming experience!

Helldivers 2 is a cooperative third-person shoot ’em-up game developed by Arrowhead Game Studios and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment. The game was released on February 8, 2024, for PC and PlayStation 5.

In the game, players need to work together to accomplish the mission they set out for and serve democracy to the planets. Besides doing the objectives, they can also look for items to pick up. This guide will teach you how loot works!


How shared loot works in Helldivers 2

In the game, understanding how shared loot mechanics work is crucial to maximizing team efficiency and ensuring everyone doesn’t return empty-handed. The shared loot system is designed to promote teamwork.

List of loot shared between players

Here are all the loot shared among the players in the mission or lobby:

  • Super Credits
  • Requisition Slips
  • Medals

These three currencies are found at different missions and shared between the party members and do not drop on death, meaning they’re secured. If you are confused about the different types of currency, head over to this article to learn more about them!

  • Green (Common) Samples
  • Orange (Rare) Samples
  • Pink (Super Uranium) Samples

These samples can be found on the planet surface and players can pick them up and hold onto them. However, these would drop when the player carrying them dies. The other teammates need to recover them before the mission ends. These samples are shared among the players, so there’s absolutely no need to betray your teammates to “steal” them.

These are all the shareable loot in Helldivers 2. Make sure to cooperate with everyone in the party to make the most out of the mission and planet surface. Also, have the proper co-op etiquette, and do not kick players before completing the mission!

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