The official Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 launch is in less than three days! In this The Division 2 Powerleveling guide we’ll explain the whole Division 2 leveling process in detail, as well as provide you with the ultimate The Division 2 Powerleveling tips, tricks and strategies in order to reach the end-game faster (max level 30). This Division 2 power lvl guide will be viable for beginners and experts alike, because all it does is provide you with enough knowledge to tweak your questing and time management in order to maximize the experience gain and reach the end-game faster than others in order to dominate them in the Dark Zone as you’ll get much stronger gear as you level up.
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XP Gain Booster PerksThe very first thing we recommend in this The Division 2 Powerleveling guide is that you go to the Quartermaster at the base of operations and find him (usually left to the main entrance). Talk to him and unlock all the XP (experience) bonus perks that you can. The XP Perks is usually the first icon in the third row of the Perk shop, and as you can see there’s plenty of different experience enhancement perks. For example, the Headshot Accolade will reward your headshot kills with additional XP, which after some time will rack up to a good amount of bonus experience. There is a total of five different XP bonus perks: Headshot Accolade, Multi-kill Accolade, Weakpoints Accolade, Tactical Kill Accolade and Survivor. These are all unique perks that will provide you with bonus experience depending on the actions you do. Unlocking all of these XP boost perks will grant you about one or two levels worth of experience once you start reaching the max level. Note that once you start out, you’ll be forced to follow a tutorial during which you’ll have to unlock other Perks first so you won’t be able to unlock all XP boost perks from the start. Farm up some SHD Tech after that and unlock the rest of the XP booster perks ASAP.
MissionsThe Division 2 Missions are gonna be your main source of experience during your playthrough. The order in which you’re going to be doing these missions is crucial because if you just brainlessly pick your next mission you will end up losing out on so much experience and then struggle getting the last few levels. Learning the most optimal The Division 2 order to do missions is therefore going to be the key to leveling up faster than others. In The Division 2 there are three categories of missions that you can do:
- Main Missions (the big storyline)
- Side missions
- Open World missions/activities.