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The Division 2 Resource Convoy Guide

The Division 2 Resource Convoy Guide
Resource Convoys are a rewarding side activity in The Division 2. This The Division 2 Resource Convoy Guide will explain the benefits of unlocking Resource Convoys, the rewards you receive for taking them down and how to use them to farm lots of basic crafting materials really fast.

Before you are able to participate in the Resource Convoy activities, you need to progress through the main story. After you unlock your second Settlement, The Campus, you need to do a couple more Main Missions. Soon after you will rescue a high value target from the enemy and return him to the White House. From then, you are able to locate Resource Convoys on your map. The icon is a moving trunk.

The Division 2 Resource Convoy Guide

[line style=’solid’ top=’10’ bottom=’10’ width=’100%’ height=’1′ color=’blue’] There are two different types of Resource Convoys. Friendly and enemy. Focus on the red Resource Convoys, these belong to the enemy. They are constantly moving toward a destination so you must intercept them quickly or you’ll miss out. Head to the Resource Convoys location and clear out the initial group of enemies.

There are usually 2-3 waves of enemies that follow as they attempt to recover the supplies. You must defeat all of the approaching enemies. If you die, the Resource Convoy is lost. Once you have defeated all of the enemies in the Resource Convoy, you can loot the items.

Usually you receive a LOT of Food, Water and Components, and you can also receive rare items and gear/equipment. It’s usually a good idea to bring a friend as it makes the fight much easier but they are simple enough solo. They are one of the best sources of crafting materials to this point.

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