Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 was fully revealed at the press conference of Ubisoft at E3 2018. Centered in Washington DC, the game takes place seven months after a lethal virus in New York City. While the virus was contained, its effects are most evident in the devastated streets of the nation’s capital, where survivors cling to hope and struggle to rebuild. The Division, a unit of civilian agents who must now work to curb enemy factions and prevent them from taking control of the city, and finally, the nation.
In a one-on-one recreation of Washington DC, The Division 2 developed with all the lessons learned by the development team and collaborating with players since the launch of The Division more than two years ago. As a result, the game is being developed with the mentality of endgame first. For the players, this means that from the first day, the main campaign of The Division 2 will have a natural course towards a robust endgame with its own narrative and challenges.
Progress also continues after level 30. Once you have reached the maximum level, you can select a specialization. Each one, as a survivor, shooter or demolisher, comes with its own path of progression. These paths introduce new skill mods, talents and tools, including new weapons. As you personalize your Agent, you will also have access to a wide variety of PvP experiences, including a fully enhanced Dark Zone. Additionally, for the first time in the franchise, eight-player raids take their place in The Division 2. These challenging missions will put your skills, communication and teamwork to the test.
While there are tons of content available from the first day, The Division 2 is committed to continually offering new content updates. After its release, the game will have the inclusion of new story missions, map expansions and new modes for free.
For those who want even more content, an optional premium pass will give them access to exclusive add-ons for a year. The Division 2 will arrive on March 15, 2019 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.