Division underground matchmaking

division underground matchmaking

How do you play the division underground?

The structure for The Division: Underground is simple and functional once you polish off its one-mission introduction: head to the new social space underneath your base of operations, amorphously named “The Terminal,” and either set up a jaunt into the New York City subway system for yourself, or matchmake to find a squad to roll with.

Is it better to play underground solo or with friends?

The natural answer, then, would be to play solo if you don’t have a group of like-leveled friends to call on, but Underground falters here too. Even when going it alone, every Underground mission is a strict “no respawn” affair.

Is the underground the only one like the Dark Zone?

It’s far from its only one though. Like the Dark Zone, Underground has its own ranking progression, so whether your gear score is a paltry 100 or a hefty 250, you have to start in the same place. This creates two issues.

Whats new in Tom Clancys the division?

New Underground Missions. Endless Replayability. Randomly generated Urban Dungeons. The Underground is the first paid content expansion added to Tom Clancys The Division, introduced in patch 1.3.

Are there random urban dungeons in the division?

Randomly generated Urban Dungeons. The Underground is the first paid content expansion added to Tom Clancys The Division, introduced in patch 1.3. With a Player VS Environment (PvE) focus, agents are recruited to explore the sprawling network of tunnels underneath Manhattan in what amounts to randomized, procedurally-generated dungeons.

How do I get to the underground?

In order to reach the Underground, you need to get to the main hideout (Base of Operations). Once you pass the main entrance, go straight. Now, run through a long corridor, ignore doors on both sides, and go downstairs. At the end of your path, you will find a Terminal (you can find more about it in chapter Base of Operations - Terminal).

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