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As a government employee fulfilling an important mission, you might imagine you’d be provided up-front with decent weapons, armour, and other gear. Not so, alas. In these uncertain times, it seems that spending cutbacks have hit New York extremely hard. For this reason, we’ve amassed everything we know about making the pursuit of money as painless as possible. There aren’t many shortcuts to getting rich in the game, but hopefully you’ll find the following advice helpful! Each mission, encounter, and sidequest that you complete in Tom Clancy’s The Division will earn you a cash reward. This could range from a few hundred in-game bucks to a few tens of thousands. Generally speaking, you’ll find that story missions pay out at a much higher rate than smaller events. The tougher the mission at hand is, then the more you’ll earn. That’s all well and good the first time around, but keep in mind that replaying story missions will give you a reduced cash reward. For this reason, and if you want to maximise the value of your earnings, it’s best to replay them immediately after you complete them the first time.
There are three types of money in The Division, which is interesting when you consider that the plot is a thinly-veiled criticism of material greed. Before we look at each currency and how best to earn, there are some upgrades you should consider getting first. Blasting your way through the story missions is your first good bet, and doing them again on Hard will net you even more cash. The side missions are good for XP and the encounters are OK for supplies but neither is as good as story missions for making money. There are a few steps you can take outside of this to ensure you are always rolling in it. That rifle suppressor in the shop you think is excellent will probably drop within the next hour or two of playing. This is especially true early on when you are leveling fast. If you are low level and you want a particular gun or piece of gear very badly, consider finding the side mission which offers the blueprint and working up to that. Then gathering the supplies and crafting it yourself. Always Be Closing: Sell your unwanted loot. Know which road to take. Remember that better loot gets you better cash, so you might consider wearing gear which boosts your scavenging skill, which determines how much loot is dropped and how good it is. But that is much later. Go dark: The Dark Zone has some good shit.
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