It seems Ubisoft is taking that feedback to heart with The Division 2, as the company announced today at E3 2018 that there will be raids in the game, a first for the franchise. For players, this means that from day one, The Division 2's main campaign will naturally flow into a robust endgame with its own narrative thread and unique challenges. Once players reach Level 30, they will be able to choose among different Specializations, such as demolitionist, sharpshooter or survivalist. Now in The Division 2, it is up to you and other agents of The Division, civilian sleeper agents who are serving as society's last defense against total anarchy, to save Washington D.C. from those who would destroy it. The developer added that it is planning "years" of content for The Division 2, with new updates becoming available on a frequent basis. "These paths introduce new skill mods, talents, and tools, including brand new signature weapons", the developer explained.
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The game's creative director Julian Gerighty came on-stage to share some new details regarding what sort of end-game content players can expect to see in the sequel as well.
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Three new DLCs are planned and will be free. Watch the E3 2018 trailer above.
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After all, the Xbox has the advantages of brand recognition, several big franchises, marketing muscle, and Microsoft money. That seems like a stretch, but you never know with this insane games industry of ours.
Grounded in a long-term commitment to the live platform, Tom Clancy's The Division 2 will continue to offer regular new content well beyond Day One.