As players prepare to dive into the gritty world of Tom Clancy’s The Division 2, many have found themselves wondering if there are microtransactions present in the game. Not only is The Division 2 published by Ubisoft, but its predecessor boasted interesting options like the Premium Vendor.
While some enjoy the added option of microtransactions, the presence of such microtransactions can also be a dealbreaker for others. To help clear everything up, we’ve put together a quick guide answering the question of whether there are microtransactions in Tom Clancy’s The Division 2.
Are There Microtransactions in
The Division 2?
To start, yes there are microtransactions in Tom Clancy’s The Division 2. In our opinion, these microtransactions are similar to the ones found in the first game. This was also confirmed in a statement made to GamingBolt by Ubisoft’s Associate Creative Director, Chadi El-Zibaoui.
“For now, we’re keeping the same strategy as the first game,” El-Zibaoui explained. “It’s all about vanity. We really want The Division 2 to be a fair experience for everyone. Regarding loot boxes, I can’t comment about those at the moment.”
Indeed, microtransactions in Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 appear to be relegated to cosmetics. If you want to unlock certain outfits from the Apparel Store
- 500 Premium Credits - $4.99
- 1,050 Premium Credits - $9.99
- 2,250 Premium Credits - $19.99
- 4,100 Premium Credits - $34.99
- 6,500 Premium Credits - $49.99
Once you’ve purchased a supply of Premium Credits, you’ll only be able to exchange them for cosmetic items including Apparel Caches, emotes, and weapon skins. As of the time of this writing, these cosmetic items don’t offer any boosts to
Now that you know what microtransactions are available in Tom Clancy’s The Division 2, be sure to read through some of our other features including how to increase your Stash storage capacity in The Division 2, whether or not you can replay Missions in