Division 2 How To Save Raid Progress - Dark Hours

Saving raid progress in Division 2 Dark Hours is a pretty important part of the whole ordeal, and knowing how to save progress in the Dark Hours raid can be pretty important. And, some people who are new to the genre might not know that saving the raid progress in Division 2 is even possible, let alone how to do it. So, we’ll aim to explain exactly how to save Dark Hours Raid progress in Division 2. It’s fairly simple, really, but there are a few catches to the whole thing. We’ll go over those, too.

Division 2 How To Save Raid Progress - Dark Hours
Division 2 How To Save Raid Progress – Dark Hours

How to Save Raid Progress in Division 2 Dark Hours?

To save your raid progress in the Division 2 Dark Hours raid, you’ll have to first reach one of the checkpoints. As far as we can tell, checkpoints are awarded after beating one of the four bosses. There might be some just before a boss, but I can’t say for certain. Anyway, once you defeat one of the bosses, you’re free to leave the Dark Hours raid and come back later when you’re refreshed. There are two catches to this, so let’s get acquainted with those, shall we?

The first catch is that the raid is on a weekly reset. Each Thursday, all your progress goes up in smoke. So, your checkpoint is only valid from Thursday to Thursday, giving you a week-long time window. That should be enough, but still, it’s something to keep in mind. The second catch is that, when you go back into the raid, you’ll start from the checkpoint that the raid leader stopped at. So, if you’ve defeated the third boss, but the raid leader only killed the first one, you’re gonna get sent back. On the other hand, if it’s the other way around, that might just propel you forward.

The Dark Hours raid being the nightmare that it is, you might need further assistance. If that’s the case, check out some of our other guides on the raid, including How to Kill Boomer – First Raid Boss, Operation Dark Hours Raid Guide, and Raid Backpack Keychain Trophy Location – Dark Hours.

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