If you are looking for a way to get some quick or infinite money in Tom Clancy’s The Division, folks on PS4, Xbox One, and PC will be able to get a hold of a new method (or a semi glitch) to make more funds in the third-person RPG shooter.
There’s a new cheat exploit for Tom Clancy’s The Division, and yes, it works for those on consoles and on PC and isn’t just a recycled glitch from the beta. As noted above, this will grant players infinite money in a way that takes on the farming methods found in any other RPG. The only difference is with this exploit is that you will need to go back and not finish the objective to gather in more items to sell to make more money.
You will need to do the Food Supply objective near the beginning of the game, which is located around the segment of restoring Brooklyn. The basic concept behind this exploit is to take up the objectives and then reset them to gain more items/weapons to trade them in as a whole or each time you obtain them.
Sometimes when doing the mission the enemies will drop valuable items or weapons (which randomizes), but will be helpful for those just starting out and looking to make some more money. You can also take up the second objective to get some more items, but this is optional. If you do decide to finish the second part, head over to a part that has two fences and wipe out the mobsters to secure the area. Take out the next wave of mobster but don’t go to the finish point/checkpoint of the objective.
In addition to this, go back and head left to reset the mission. Once the mission or objective is reset, rinse and repeat the aforesaid to get more items to sell. You can watch OutsideTheBox (OTB) Gaming‘s video on how to make quick or infinite cash.
Ubisoft’s The Division is available right now for the Xbox One, PS4 and PC. After a rocky start with the servers the game appears to be working good and well for most gamers, and now they’ve already resolved to exploiting cheats and glitching the game to make unlimited money with the farming technique above.
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