Tom Clancy's The Division was at the forefront of the current looter shooter craze that has given us a ton of hits and an almost equal number of massive disappointments. While The Division wasn't a perfect experience, and required some additional work from Ubisoft to get its endgame and long term plans in order, it ended up being easily one of the better loot-based shooters out there. Heading into Tom Clancy's The Division 2 there was the question of how the team at Massive might approach it. Would they reinvent the wheel or would they go for a more refinement and fine-tuning approach? The answer is firmly in the latter, with The Division 2 feeling like a fantastic sequel in most regards, doubling down on what worked, fixing what didn't, and delivering more looter shooter action for fans to sink hundreds of hours into.

But maybe you want to actually make use of the system? Sure, why not? If you want to help people out, just keep an eye out for the "so and so is requesting" backup that comes up from time to time, by which I mean all the time. When it does, enter the prompt and you'll go to a map with some agents requesting backup. The key here is to see where they are: if they're hanging out near a side mission, this might not be such a bad idea. If they're hanging out at a safehouse, know that you might be in for a little aimless wandering.

One of my favorite museums is The American History Museum. This location is based on the National Museum of American History, located in D.C. You can find different elements of the real world location recreated in the virtual version of the museum. No surprise, these are going to be your bread and butter for approximately half of your levels as you move on towards the cap. Main mission experience, however, does not scale with your character level, so you'll want to do all of these as soon as you're able: basically when you're no more than one level below them. Make sure to matchmake and you'll have no problem cleaning through these things.

Throughout The Division 2, you'll be recruiting allies to join your cause at your base of operations, the White House. If you have any issues pertaining to wherever and how to Buy TD2 Credits, you can get hold of us at our own web-page. One mission, titled Viewpoint Museum, allows you to recruit an NPC named Grace Larson. Once you've completed the mission, visit her at the Theater settlement. Speaking to her will unlock the opportunity to join or create a clan for The Division 2. 

Destiny 2's Season of the Drifter is fine, but I've done most of the major content for it and I don't particularly feel the need to race all my characters to 700 power just to take on an activity that has me grinding for Gambit Prime armor alone. Set a few months after the events of the first game, The Division 2 once again tasks you with cleaning up the mess left behind by the Dollar Flu.