Tom Clancy's The Division achievements

Tom Clancy's The Division

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For the Hoarder… in Tom Clancy's The Division

For the Hoarder…259 (50)

Successfully extract 100 items from the Survival Dark Zone.

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Achievement Guide for For the Hoarder…

Dat Boi Treezy
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Dat Boi Treezy
Achievement won on 30 Nov 16
TA Score for this game: 3,282
Posted on 27 November 16 at 13:09, Edited on 14 December 16 at 13:28
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I have made a heavily detailed solution for the Survival Instincts achievement that covers all aspects of Survival and the best ways to be successful. This will help MASSIVELY towards this achievement as you will need to successfully complete at least 17 Survival sessions as you can only extract six items at a time.

Unlike the regular Dark Zone, the chopper picks you up as well as your items so the extraction in each session is a one time event. Once you get into the Dark Zone, make sure you loot crates for High-End Sealed Caches or/and pick them up from some of the dead NPC's that will drop them. You can also pick them up from agents who have died in the Dark Zone and any Hunters you kill will always be guaranteed to drop extractable caches too.

None of your regular items that you've found so far, including items, gear, mods and weapons you have equipped will count towards items extracted so don't bother trying to keep anything that doesn't go directly into your contaminated bag. You can check how many items you have in your bag by opening your inventory. From here, the bottom right corner will have a contamination symbol over the slot that shows how many items you are carrying out of a max of 6. Once you hit six, the number will also be showcased on the back of your agents backpack too.

All in all, you will be looking at 33-35 hours to unlock this achievement but that's only taking successful extractions into consideration. You can shorten this time roughly 30-45 minutes per session if you don't go all the way with crafting the absolute best high-end set up. So long as you still have fairly decent stats for the Dark Zone and then the last battle against the Hunter, you should be ok.

Jumping in on someone elses extraction can help too. If this is the last achievement you need, it's not going to be as important to rack up the points so you don't need to be as worried about crafting the Flare Gun (as it may be lootable off of a dead agent), and you may not need to continue looting in the Dark Zone to craft the near-perfect set up.

Check out my Survival Instincts solution for all the info you need on surviving in The Division's second expansion.

Update Dec 14th

While the above link will provide you with plenty of details leaning a lot more towards obtaining a great high score in Survival, you don't need to worry as much about the score itself. You'll come with your own playing style and approach to Survival through each attempt but in general you don't need to be any where near as heavy on killing enemies and finding resources as you do when going for the Master Rank achieve. Skip tougher looking fights if necessary and try to get to the Dark Zone a little bit earlier.

As the DLC begins to get older, I'm noticing that the average number of agents successfully extracting is getting better now. I'm starting to fall to being 4th or 5th to extract, only because I'm being too geeky still and going for the score along with a full bag of caches to take with me. Even with my keen looting, a few more agents are starting to improve their looting now as I'm not getting away with "free" landmarks/alleys/buildings etc as I was. Thankfully, Contaminated Zones and most of the Subway areas are still pretty much free areas but the average skill of other players from the faster types eager to get into the DZ first, to the slower types (like me) who want to loot loot loot outside of the DZ, is starting to improve.

With the things you will learn from guides and experience, I'd go for a straight path to the DZ, looting on the way and getting a few easy kills. Craft both Virus filters and the additional med kit pouch before heading into the DZ and then focus on resources for improving your gear and weapons once inside the DZ. At this stage, grab yourself six contaminated caches to take with you and then either go ahead and take on a Hunter at a DZ by yourself, or be super-sneaky and time it right to jump aboard someone elses extraction when they call one in. Just keep your distance though during the extraction so then another Hunter doesn't spawn. Only move in once the Chopper has landed.

If you're not too keen on trying to get to the DZ first, then stick with the slower approach of just taking your time and looting plenty of resources from outside the DZ. Just don't go overboard with using the resources for unnecessary items. If you've got two decent specialised weapons for example, then stick with them until you get into the DZ where you will be able to craft High-End weapons (so long as you have the Division Tech). The same can be said for gear too. Sometimes it isn't always worth going from specialised to superior to high-end. You can save resources by going straight from specialised to high-end.

Even though I was hammering the DLC from when it was released to try and be one of the first to complete the game again, I still took my time in each attempt! Sure, getting to the DZ earlier has a lot of benefits but if you're not familiar with where enemies can be or just not too good at the game in general, you can be taken down pretty damn quick! It only takes one wrong turn or wrong decision for a bunch of unwanted enemies to start chasing you down and they can still maintain decent speed and accuracy when you think you're getting away. Better safe than sorry is a great saying here. toast
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