The Division’s Underground Incursion, Dark Zones, New Events Revealed by Datamining – Report

Could this be the new content coming in the first paid DLC?

Posted By | On 09th, Jun. 2016

Tom Clancy's The Division

Data-miners on Division Field Guide have revealed some new information on what could be the next Incursion for Tom Clancy’s The Division, perhaps coming in the Underground DLC.

Nothing much is known other than the name “Dragon’s Nest” but it’s somewhat possible that this is the “Broadcast Centre” Incursion teased in an earlier live-stream for the game. Gear Score requirement for Dragon’s Nest is apparently 240 GS. Like Clear Sky, that could change at launch (especially since the maximum Gear Score any player can obtain right now is 228).

Other details include the addition of new Dark Zone districts, namely DZ07 to DZ11. They all have code-names at this point – DZ08 is even called Hamish, likely in reference to community manage Hamish Bode. The other new zone is something called “Gym Kill List” (where enemies start at level 30). If that weren’t enough, the in-game events list has been updated to include burning contaminated supplies and weakening rogue agents.

Keep in mind that information found through data-mining is always subject to change. That being said, it at least confirms some suspicions that the Dark Zone will be expanded along with the PvP/PvE events. Tom Clancy’s The Division: Underground will be out on June 28th for Xbox One and a month later for PC and PS4 so stay tuned for more information.


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