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How To Play With Friends In The Division 2

How To Play With Friends In The Division 2
Want to invite friends and form parties and groups to play with your friends? This guide will explain How To Play With Friends In The Division 2 so you can create a group with your friends, explore the remains of Washington D.C and tackle some of The Division 2’s more challenging content.

After you complete the initial tutorial in The Division 2, you reach your first safe area. This is the White House. Once you arrive at the White House you need to speak with the Head of Operations. He will request that you travel to the Theater District to speak to another Division Agent. Once you have this objective, you are able to invite friends to form a group.

How To Play With Friends In The Division 2

[line style=’solid’ top=’10’ bottom=’10’ width=’100%’ height=’1′ color=’blue’] Open the Main Menu (options on the PlayStation 4 pad). From this menu you can access your inventory, your Clan, progression etc. You need to navigate to the Social menu. Enter the social menu and you will see your Group. Unless you have already joined another, you should be alone in your group.

This is where it’s a little odd. Inviting your friends to join your group is as simple as pressing down and selecting your friend to send them an invite. However, you must use the D-Pad to navigate through the menu. You cannot use the analogue stick. If you use the analogue stick, you will hear menu noises but the menu will not actually change.

That’s how to send invites to groups and How To Play With Friends In The Division 2.

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