The Division 1.7 Fast GE Credits Farming – Fast Easy Farming Methods
The Division 1.7 Fast GE Credit Farming methods are super easy and you can do them solo or with a group. Global Event Caches are the only way to get the new classified gear sets and in order to get a Global Event Cache, You need Global Event credits or “GE” credits. GE credits are a little hard to come by but you can still gather them pretty easily if you know where to look. There are some methods that are better than others and there are some that are better for groups rather than farming them solo. Let’s go over the best ways to farm those GE credits.
One of the Division 1.7 fast GE credits farming methods to in the Open World. Open World named enemies now yield you 150 GE credits (after they are killed of course). For example, if you kill “Bullet King” he will drop you: 2 high end items with a chance at an exotic, 5-7 phoenix credits, 1 or 2 key fragments, and 150 GE credits. Bullet King is 1 of 15 named enemies in the open world and you can farm all of them in about 30 to 40 minutes. Every name enemies gives you the same amount of GE credits every time, as well. What that means is you can have 2250 GE credits in a half an hour. That is the most GE credits you can acquire in that short amount of time. Also, every named enemy in the open world and in the Dark Zone will drop you 150 GE credits. So, if you have some side missions with named enemies, then they will have those credits as well. There are a ton of named enemies in the Dark Zone as well. If you have a quick way to get to those name enemies then you have a great way to farm a ton of GE credits. The open world named enemies re-spawn every 4 hours. So, you can take them all out and then come back in 4 hours and do it all over again. The Dark Zone name enemies re-spawn every 40 minutes so, you can essentially farm them all the time because there isn’t a way to get to all of them within 40 minutes. This is the division 1.7 fast GE credits farming method that works best for solo players and is also very good for groups as well.
The next Division 1.7 fast farming method is better for groups rather than solo. Within your world map you will see a hand full of missions that are labeled in purple. These are the mission that can yield you additional GE credits using the outbreak boosters. Within those labeled missions there is also an incursion. Now, typically you would think that the incursion would be the best place to get the most GE credits in one shot but, the best place to get the most GE credits in one run is The legendary story mission. During this global event that is going on right now, that mission is the Napalm Production Site. If completed on legendary difficulty, the Napalm Production Site will give you 1750 GE credits in one run. If you have a good group of agents, you can get this mission done in about 30 minutes. There are other missions that you can do that are easier to complete but they don’t yield as many GE credits. Lexington Event Center, for example, only takes about 10 minutes to complete with a good team, but only yields 750 GE Credits. If you can complete 3 in 30 minutes then you will receive that same amount of credits that you could get doing the named enemies, in the same amount of time. You would need a group to do the Lexington Event Center on challenging in order to get it done so quickly, which is why the name enemy farm is still the better choice.
There are a ton of different ways to get GE credits as well but they are not as efficient. Last Stand Caches, Survival Caches and Underground Cache all yield 85 GE credits per cache but they take a lot more time to acquire. Also, High Value Target missions also yield GE credit but again, they don’t offer as many GE credits plus you would need to constantly acquire target intel in order to keep doing High Value Target mission.
Either way you slice it, GE credits are hard to come by but with the division 1.7 fast GE credits Farming methods, you will be collecting those credits as fast as you can spend them. Thanks you for taking the time to check out our article and I hope this helped. If you have any questions, leave a comment in the video comment section or at the bottom of this page. If you wanna see more videos are AreYouGaming.com, check out our YouTube Channel. Also, if you would like to help us to keep moving forward with our help, check out our Patreon page.
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