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How To Get & Where To Find Phoenix Credits In The Division

How To Get & Where To Find Phoenix Credits In The Division
Phoenix Credits are an end-game currency in Tom Clancy’s The Division and they can be exchanged for some of the best items in the game. Weapons, gear, weapon mods, keys, clothes, blueprints, most of the more powerful items require Phoenix Credits.

This How To Get & Where To Find Phoenix Credits In The Division guide will show you where to find named & elite enemies in The Dark Zone to farm Phoenix Credits and buy that special items. You can also get a lot of Phoenix Credits doing Daily Missions and Challenge Modes but when these aren’t available, check out the method below.

Where To Spend Phoenix Credits In The Division

Currently there are two places to spend Phoenix Credits in The Division. There is a special NPC in a safe house located within The Dark Zone. Head to DZ06, the highest level area available in The Dark Zone at the moment and head to the East side of West 55th Street. Go inside the safe house to find the special NPC, this is where you spend Phoenix Credits.

The second NPC that accepts Phoenix Credits can be found within the Base of Operations. Head upstairs into the Tech Wing and the NPC is on your left.

Where To Find/Farm Phoenix Credits In The Division

You can buy 60 Phoenix Credits from the uPlay Store, which is the biggest bulk amount you’ll find for some time, so be sure to pick this up. From there the best way to farm Phoenix Credits is to farm named or elite enemies inside The Dark Zone. There are lots scattered around but the lower level ones are easier to farm as they don’t take as long to kill. The spawn locations are fixed but the actual enemy varies. There’s a small group of elite enemies that spawn and drop Phoenix Credits so although you may explore 5-6 places, you may encounter the same enemy more than once.

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