Over four years on from its 2019 launch, Ubisoft and Massive Entertainment's looter shooter hits a major milestone.
The trial for the looter shooter is available for PC, PS4 and Xbox One, with progress transferring when purchasing the game.
"That allowed us to kind of resume the conversation internally of, 'maybe we should keep going,'" says creative director Yannick Banchereau.
According to creative director Yannick Banchereau, if The Division 2 were to take full advantage of current-gen hardware, it would have to stop supporting last-gen consoles.
It's also been claimed that the game will feature microtransactions and purchasable in-game currency packs.
A new leak has seemingly spilled the beans on Massive Entertainment and Ubisoft's long-in-development Avatar game.
The leaker says more gameplay footage for the first person open world title will also be leaked soon.
Pre-ordering the game reportedly nets The Child of Two Worlds Pack, which provides a cosmetic set for characters and weapon skin.
A new report claims that Ubisoft currently has no plans to work on a third mainline instalment for the franchise.
In spite of recent dire reports about Ubisoft's pipeline of releases and their financial impact, the company allegedly expects significant returns in the near future.
Previously exclusive to Ubisoft Connect and the Epic Games Store since February 2019, the PC version finally comes to Steam.
Ubisoft Massive is working with James Cameron's Lightstorm Entertainment, creating "the tools needed" to bring "a new part of" Pandora to life.
"2023 is going to be huge for us," says Massive Entertainment's Julian Gerighty, who's creative director of the open world title.
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.