Players can now change their entire appearance, including changing their body type. Fixes to High-End Assault Rifles and Doctor Home are also available.
The Division will have plenty of new updates to share on a number of games at the upcoming Ubisoft Forward event, the publisher has confirmed.
The upcoming free-to-play shooter recently saw its page on the official Ubisoft Store going up prematurely, before it was promptly taken down.
Between now and the end of the year, the looter shooter is set to receive a new game mode, legendary difficulty Strongholds, gear, and much more.
The pre-recorded video will recap "all the key beats that are happening in The Division 2 now - and in the coming months."
In addition to the ongoing The Division 2 and the upcoming The Division Heartland and The Division Resurgence, Ubisoft's shooter series is also allegedly getting a battle royale game.
The upcoming first person open world action-adventure title was recently delayed from 2022 into fiscal year 2023-24.
The first person open world game was due out before April 2023, but is now expected to launch between April 2023 and March 2024.
The Specialization Revamp is still in the works with Massive announcing a release date when it's "absolutely satisfied with the quality."
Season 11 starts in December and adds a new mode along with new gear and weapons, two new Apparel Events, a new Manhunt and more.
An overhaul to the inventory and gear system, more akin to the main games, has also reportedly been made as per insider Tom Henderson.
Due to more Proficiency Points earned from kill XP than intended, the developer has recalculated the same with affected players having lower Proficiency.
The newest season introduces Countdown mode where eight players split into two teams and cooperate to stabilize a power plant.
Massive Entertainment is inviting those who stay in Malmö, Denmark to playtest for the upcoming first-person sci-fi title.
Based on leaked footage, the new game mode could tie into the upcoming The Division Heartland, which is inspired by Escape From Tarkov.
It's been a while since Ubisoft said much about the upcoming free-to-play spinoff, but a new leak may have revealed some interesting details on the game.
Ubisoft Massive will provide details on changes, like the Specialization Revamp, every month until the new content is revealed in January 2022.
It will build on Avatar's "amazing science fiction world" which is "a great playground" as per Disney and Pixar Games VP Luigi Priore.
Play as a Na'vi who explores the never-before-seen Western Frontier of Pandora, teeming with new characters, creatures and RDA forces.
The Division is also coming to mobile devices.