How to find others and own The Division’s New York.
The Division LFG – the best ways to find a group
Looking for group? You and every other activated Division agent. You may well be able to claw your way through The Division alone, but your task will be significantly lightened with the help of others. Yes, the difficulty of enemies in Ubi’s MMO-lite scales depending on how many of your four group slots are filled, but The Division is a game of teamwork, of combining capabilities and tactics, of understanding the fluidity of unenforced classes to create joint combat strategies. You need more people. Here’s a run-down of the current best third-party LFG options.
- VG247 has entered into a partnership with The100.io’s Division channel. We loved the way The100 works with Destiny, and we can’t recommend this service enough. You tell it where you are, how often you play, whether you consider yourself serious or casual, and, most importantly, when you want to play. The site then automatically puts you in a group with other like-minded individuals who can create game sessions, chat and more.
- TheDivisionLFG is a straight-up service where you just input what you’re looking for and get some search results. You’re able to pick between LFG and LFM (Looking For More, for those infuriating times when you’re sitting there with one stubborn slot to fill), but this is an instant, real-time fix. You’ll either find what you’re looking for or you won’t.
- There’s a Division LFG section on the official Ubi forums, which is split out into calls for members from Xbox One, PS4 and PC clans.
- LFG.pub’s Division channel works similarly to TheDivisionLFG, in that you filter by activity or post your needs and hope to make contact with other players in real-time.
- And, of course, there’s a Division LFG forum on Reddit. Because Reddit.
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