In Tom Clancy's The Division 2, players can complete side activities that aren't related to the main storyline. One of them is called Territory Control.
What is Territory Control?
Territory Control missions take place in separate locations. You have to face a large group of enemies. After defeating them, you will be attacked by reinforcements. One of the enemies will drop a special key. When you pick it up, the game will display a marker pointing towards a supply chest with valuable loot. To complete a Territory Control mission, eliminate all enemies and open the supply chest. You will be rewarded with XP, an item and/or crafting materials.
Elite Territory Control
Elite Territory Control appears rarely. The biggest difference is that players will have to face elite versions of the enemies. These enemies are obviously more difficult to kill. We recommend doing these missions in a group - if you do them alone, you won't be able to revive yourself when your character gets knocked down.
Other than that, there aren't any differences - you need to kill enemies, pick up the key, and open the supply chest. Elite Territory Control rewards players with better loot.
Territory Control - tips
Here you can find a few tips for this activity:
- Territory Control missions are the most profitable in relation to the time invested in them. They usually take several dozens of seconds - do that and you will be rewarded with a lot of XP and valuable items. Try to complete them when you happen to be around them.
- Regular Territory Control missions can be completed solo. Elite versions should be done with a group of players. Enemies here are more challenging. The mission fails when your character gets knocked down. If you play in a group, someone will be able to help you.