Tom Clancy's The Division 2 Walkthrough

10. DC Outskirts: Expeditions

DC Outskirts: Expeditions adds two more achievements to the list and thankfully both are easy to complete. Both achievements are related to the newly added story missions. For both missions you must be in World Tier 5.

Manning National Zoo

Here you need to hunt down the leader of the Outcasts inside the zoo. It's a fairly long mission where you have to chase the monorail throughout the zoo to be able to fight her. There are no special objectives in this mission, so get through the zoo, clearing out Outcasts. When you're in the boss arena you need to plant C4 at various bridge pillars before you get to fight the leader. Keep fighting while you're getting the C4 and eventually she'll come down to fight you. Kill her and clear out the remaining enemies to complete the mission and get an achievement.

Caged Animal in Tom Clancy's The Division 2
Put an end to Emeline Shaw at the Manning National Zoo.
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Camp White Oak

The goal here is to chase down and arrest the President. This mission will take you through a forest landscape and some old buildings. Your main route gets shut off twice, so you'll have to take various detours to reach the helipad. Once you're there, it's revealed that you are too late and the President escaped. Kill all enemies including the boss and you'll get the other achievement of this title update.

Country Retreat in Tom Clancy's The Division 2
Take part in the operation at Camp White Oak.
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