The Division 2 Warlords of New York Liberation Projects and What They Unlock

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The first expansion for The Division 2, Warlords of New York, adds a number of new additions to the game like a new location (New York City) and new gear to find. With there being a new location to explore players now have the chance of completing a number of new projects to unlock new bonuses. Continue reading below to learn about the Warlords of New York Liberation Projects and what they unlock.

Warlords of New York Location Projects

Image showing the projects you can complete in the Warlords of New York expansion for The Division 2.

There are a total of four new locations for players to explore in New York City: Civic Center, Battery Park, Two Bridges, and the Financial District. All four of these locations have Projects attached to them with similar requirements. When you complete a project you unlock a reward. The Project objectives and rewards can be found below.

Civic Center Liberation Objectives

When you complete the Civic Center Liberation Project you unlock the Haven Upgrade: Animals, the Bounty: Blades in the Dark, XP and Cash.

Financial District Liberation Objectives

When you complete the Civic Center Liberation Project you unlock the Haven Upgrade: Mechanical Loom, the Bounty: Heavy Gear, XP and Cash.

Battery Park Liberation Objectives

When you complete the Battery Park Liberation Project you unlock the Haven Upgrade: 3d Electronics Printer, the Bounty: Band of Blades, XP and money .

Two Bridges Liberation Objectives

When you complete the Battery Park Liberation Project you unlock the Haven Upgrade: 5-axis CNC Machine Printer, the Bounty: The Burning Wheel, XP and money.

That’s all you need to know to about the various Liberation Projects in the Warlords of New York expansion. Completing these projects is a good way to earn some loot and make some money. Good luck.

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