The Division 2 Guide: How To Level Up Quickly


By completing the various activities of The Division 2 you will gain experience points, leveling up your character. In this mini-guide we explain how to do it as quickly as possible, so you can quickly reach level 30.

Below we list the various activities that allow you to gain experience points in The Division 2.

Eliminate the enemies

As you can imagine, in The Division 2 you will have to face a large number of enemies, freeing the streets of Washington DC with bullets. For each eliminated opponent you will gain experience points, in an amount that will vary according to the level of the downed enemy: the higher the enemy level, the more experience points will be earned.

Complete missions

Completing missions is the most intuitive and direct way to gain experience points. You will get a good number of them once you have finished working, not to mention that in the meantime you will accumulate a fair amount eliminating the opponents. In addition to the main missions of history, on the map, you will find a series of secondary tasks that we recommend you complete. In this way, you will advance more quickly, among other things obtaining various rewards for your equipment.

Collect collectibles

As seen in the first chapter, the map of The Division 2 is also full of collectible objects to collect. During the exploratory phases always keep your eyes open. So as not to miss any of these objects: by recovering them you will gain some experience points. In this regard, on our pages, we have already explained to you where to find artifacts, relics, and paintings.

Events and multipliers

Another great tip is to develop perks that increase the gain of experience points. Acquire them as soon as possible to get the maximum benefit, so as to receive additional experience points for headshots, multiple killings and more. If you’re still struggling to level up quickly, you can always wander the streets of Washington DC in search of new events. They can appear anywhere: take part in them to gain additional useful experience points.

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