Encrypted Cache Mk III loot boxes have recently hit The Division's live servers bringing a pile of new cosmetics. Ubisoft and Massive Entertainment have decided to share its contents, as well as the previously hidden ones for Mk I and II.
Premium Vendor at the Terminal in Base of Operations will now offer a new batch of cosmetics via Encrypted Cache Mk III. Some players have been wondering how many items they needed to unlock from the previously released Mk I and Mk II caches in order to complete their collections so Ubisoft and Massive Entertainment revealed the complete contents of each of the three loot boxes.
Encrypted Cache Mk III will contain Predator's Mark, Hunter's Faith, Lone Star and Final Measure vanity sets. Colour schemes on each vanity set will match the corresponding gear sets allowing players to coherently complete their outfits. Mk III's bonus set will be unlocked on piece-by-piece basis whenever players complete a Collection from Mk III.
This might take a while though, since duplicate items are not an uncommon occurrence in the Encrypted Caches. At least The Division offers partial or sometimes full key refunds when this happens, so it's not going to be a massive headache, especially due to the upcoming Global Events. As we already know, each event will have separate Dossiers that will award Cipher Key fragments upon completion and Massive Entertainment will likely give full keys away via Twitch drops as part of the stream's promotion.
Unlike Mk I and Mk II, the Mk III Encrypted Cache does not have any emotes in it, all the loot is purely cosmetic clothing. That said, it has some oddly named skins for the backpack, both themed after the Cleaners. As you may have guessed, it has something to do with fire. One of the skins is named "Cleaners - Fire" and the other is "Cleaners - Feuer" which is literally German word for "Fire". Cue Deadpool's "That's just lazy writing" meme.
Full contents of all three caches can be found on The Division's official page .