Using this guide for The Division you will be able to know all about Base of Operations and its various wings. Furthermore, we have covered the different types of weapons along with best gears in the game. We have also included video guides for some of the trophies and achievements in the game along with collectible locations for Echo, Crash Drone, Intel Survival Handbook, Phone Recordings, Intel Agent Profiles and Audio Incident Reports.
The Base of Operations is your central hub in The Division, as the name suggests. This is where you come back after a hard day’s work to buy new weapons, gear, armour, get new missions and just hang around. Progressing throughout the game is dependent on how much you’ve upgraded your BoO, so make sure you keep upgrading all the wings (doing this grants you different Perks and Abilities).
The more you upgrade all the wings (of which there are three- Security, Technology and Medical), the more missions you get, and the more you progress in the story. All the wings, once unlocked, can be upgraded ten times each.
Here’s a quick guide to walk you through the basic mechanics of how your BoO works and what all it consolidates.
Find and recruit NYPD officer Captain Ray Benitez to unlock the Security Wing.
Find and recruit Dr. Jessica Kandel to unlock the Medical Wing.
Find and recruit Paul Rhodes to unlock the Technology Wing.
Make sure to often check the Situation Board in your Base of Operations. This is where you get the bulk of the Side Missions, so make sure to keep an eye on it (also talk to the JTF officer regularly).
You can purchase goodies from vendors in your BoO. From the get go, you have the following vendors at your disposal: weapon, gear, mods and Rewards Claim (where you claim rewards from special events).
As you upgrade your BoO, other vendors (who sell better, rarer goods) become available: Black Market Vendor, Clothes Vendor, Advanced Weapons Vendor.
The stash is a box on the wall just opposite the entrance of the lobby. This is where you store all your items, including the ones you’ve extracted from the Dark Zone.
Check out the two videos given below to get a quick laydown on the best possible gear setup in The Division.
Refer the achievements and trophies section below.
Given below is a brief guide on everything related to weapons in The Division.
Rarity of weapons in The Division is categorized by colour coding. There are five categories of rarity- white, green, blue, purple, and orange- with white being the most common and orange being the rarest, legendary weapons. The higher a weapon is in the colour chart, the better chances there are of it having better base stats or more weapon talents.
Weapon types obviously make a difference in The Division. There are several things to take into consideration while deciding what type of weapons to keep in your arsenal- base stats, mod slots, bonuses and something as simple as your playing style.