While playing through the Story Mode of Tom Clancy’s The Division 2, many players have found themselves wondering if it’s possible to skip through cutscenes. For those short on time, the good news is that you can easily skip past any and all cutscenes in
In doing so, you’ll shorten the amount of time it’ll take you to complete Story Mode, which can be useful if you plan to primarily partake in multiplayer activities. Confused? We’ve got you covered!
Below, we’ve put together a quick guide explaining how to skip cutscenes in Tom Clancy’s The Division 2.
How to Skip Cutscenes in
The Division 2
As you play through the Story Mode in Tom Clancy’s The Division 2, you’ll encounter various cutscenes that provide added detail to the game world your character inhabits. If you’re short on time, or simply uninterested in the story as a whole, you can skip past any and all cutscenes. To skip past a cutscene, you’ll either need to press and hold the X button on Xbox One or Square on PlayStation 4.
On PC, you can press and hold either E or F to skip past a cutscene. In doing so, you’ll automatically skip past the cutscene you’re currently viewing. If there’s a cutscene after the one you’ve skipped, you can use the method above to skip past that one as well. Note that unlike games including Kingdom Hearts 3, there appears to be no easy way to rewatch a cutscene once you’ve skipped past it.
As such, it’s advised that you skip past cutscenes at your own discretion. Now that you know how to skip cutscenes in Tom Clancy’s The Division 2, be sure to check out some of our previous guides including whether or not there are microtransactions in