The Division 2 is a shared world third person action role playing shooter developed by Ubisoft Massive, and is the sequel to 2016’s The Division.
The game takes place in Washington D.C. It was first revealed by Ubisoft at E3 2018.
Ubisoft Massive is "still hard at work" on upcoming content for The Division 2. The Division Heartland will also have additional tests later.
Meanwhile, the series has surpassed a total of 40 million players.
The open world Star Wars title will be built on the Snowdrop Engine.
New back trophies and patches, along with optimization changes, are also live.
A new patch and the Resident Evil Apparel Event go live on the same day.
Leon, Jill, Hunk, and more are (sort of) coming to The Division 2.
The update will arrive in February 2021.
A new gameplay preview for The Summit has also been released.
Fight through 100 floors of challenging enemies in the upcoming mode.
Non-expansion owners will finally get their shot at the newest raid.
The looter shooter's second raid goes live on June 30th.
Plenty of new Exotics, gear sets, and brand sets are coming throughout the month.
The first phase improves Legendary Difficulty rewards and increases Exotic drop sources.
The looter shooter is a little over one year old but Ubisoft Massive continues to reinvent the wheel.
"The game was not made with crossplay in mind," the developer writes.
The French publisher has enjoyed immense success these past few years.
Bleed and burn status effects are being reduced, some attacks have reduced range and much more.
Maintenance has concluded with a few issues fixed.
Play for up to eight hours and experience content up to level 8.
Several Named Items and Exotics have received buffs or reworks.
The Division 2 associate creative director Yannick Banchereau speaks with GamingBolt about what lies ahead for the looter shooter.
You know we had to ask.
Control Point resetting, fixes, and nerfs to enemy NPCs are included.
Ubisoft Massive have been keeping a close eye on fan reception.
It will also include the Stream Connect feature.
"Infinite progression" is your new friend - here's what it means in the new expansion.
New targets, Global Events, and Gear Sets can be earned over the next three months.
Here's how to earn one of the new Exotics and unlock pre-order bonuses.
Ubisoft's looter shooter heads back to the concrete jungles of New York- how does it fare on its return to the Big Apple?
Cross-play and cross-progression with the PC version is supported.
Travel to New York City to hunt down rogue agent Aaron Keener.
All of the content without any level cap or time limit is available to experience.
How did Aaron Keener recruit his Warlords? This new trailer answers just that.
Players get another shot at earning the Diamondback Exotic.
Many problems with progression, both story and reward-wise, loom ominously over the title's future.
Directives also return, allowing for difficulty modifiers to net more XP.
Allegedly, there's no thoughts of porting the game over to next-gen consoles.
Ubisoft's open world looter shooter is real cheap right now.
Famous landmark locations like Chinatown and Wall Street will be familiar.
Here are some of the major changes coming in the expansion.
Return to New York to hunt down Aaron Keener and take advantage of new items, gear sets, and more.
The big upcoming news for Ubisoft's looter shooter has leaked ahead of time.
Ubisoft Massive invites players to "discover the future" of the looter shooter.
The Cleaners return as a new flamethrower Specialization is teased.
Foundry, the next raid, will not launch with the new story episode.
A new snowball launching weapon, apparel items, and permadeath mode arrive on December 10th.
Apparently, it's "well on the way."
Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot noted, "We didn't fully deliver on both games."
The looter shooter hasn't been as successful as Ubisoft was hoping.
The Specialization is available for all players to unlock.
Try out the base game with the most recent Title Update for free.
The update goes live today for Year 1 Pass holders and October 22nd for everyone else.
It will release first for Year 1 pass holders, and then a week later for everyone else.
Each zone and mission can be farmed for specific gear items and weapons.
Embark on a new activity with new challenges for a chance at Exotics.
Cooldown reduction has been changed to skill haste, Brand Sets have been buffed, and much more.
The looter shooter's first raid can be fairly tough at times - here's how to effectively complete it.
Year 1 Pass holders will be the first to get their hands on new content.
Global sales for Ubisoft's looter shooter have been impressive.
Might not be such a bad idea.
Two new main missions, new weapons, and the first Expedition will be added.
It's a long but worthwhile journey for the fourth Specialization.
Title Update 5 will also be available with Skill Mod buffs, Heroic Bosses dropping Exotics and more.
Massive Entertainment's Live Content Manager Yannick Banchereau speaks with GamingBolt about where Ubisoft plans to take The Division 2 in the coming months.
It can be unlocked through Special Field Research for those who don't own the Year One Pass.
Travel to locations like the National Zoon and Kenley College, with New York City also teased.
There will soon be a more reliable way to acquire Signature Ammo.
Enemy NPCs will also flank players less and stop running past players into cover.
Along with "one or two more things" as per CEO Yves Guillemot.
Title Update 4 also receives a few more details.
Though its aware of the difficulty on consoles, Massive is "happy" with the raid's current state.
The Division 2's raid requires "great teamwork to beat encounters".
Find out the best way to get raid-ready with Ubisoft's latest video.
Console sales, however, fell short of expectations due to a "more competitive environment."
Those seeking to play will need to find seven other teammates.
New trailer teases some of the gear, challenges, and enemies in the first raid.
Ubisoft Massive doesn't want to invalidate player progression made till now.
Recalibration changes and a dedicated blueprint vendor are also planned for the next update.
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice and Devil May Cry 5 both make it into the top five.
A State of the Game stream detailed the changes coming to the game's competitive modes.
Ubisoft wants to make sure the balance is right before the update goes out.
Ubisoft Massive's looter shooter sees some minor issues addressed.
Several games like Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and Assassin's Creed Odyssey see sales increases.
Other fixes include fast-traveling to the Castle Settlement and obtaining materials for Nemesis.
Currently scheduled for next week, the PTS will not include the upcoming raid.
Some tips and tricks on how you each reach a Gear Score of 500.
Massive has also temporarily disabled daily and weekly projects following issues.
Yoshi's Crafted World drops down to third place.
Are Viking Assassins next on the docket for Ubisoft's long-running series?
Fourth Specialization, which features a minigun, is also teased in new video.
The Apparel Event will offer new outfits, emotes, and masks in special caches.
New limited-usage special items, details on multiple objectives, and more.
Secrets and strange things abound in Ubisoft Massive's version of Washington D.C.
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice drops down to #3, while The Division 2 holds strong in second place.
The first three Gear Sets, a balancing pass, and higher Gear Score to chase are also included.
FromSoftware's action epic is now the company's second "No. 1 in All Formats" in the UK.
World Tier 5 will be going live "soon", but not this week.
Head to head graphics comparison against the PS4 Pro, Xbox One X and PC versions of The Division 2.
We also take a look at how you can get high end blueprints, Invader missions, farm mods for weapons and gears and the best DPS Talents in The Division 2.
Some crucial The Division 2 tips and tricks you should know.
We also take a look at how you can upgrade Base of Operations.
Ubisoft's open world looter shooter sells over 60k copies in debut week.
The Division 2 is more packed with enjoyable content at launch than any looter shooter has been in years.
An additional patch is coming this week to resolve any remaining instances of the issue.
If true, this could be a harrowing endgame treat for fans.
Meanwhile, GTA 5 refuses to die and sees yet another surge in sales.
An exploit for Supply Drops has also been addressed.
On the right hardware, The Division 2 looks truly stunning.
Here's to a bug-free Washington D.C.
Watch a brief primer on Ubisoft Massive's looter shooter before it launches today.
A guide to leveling up and skills in The Division 2.
Along with how to unlock Suite 3 in the Grand Washington Mission.
Survive the chaos of Washington D.C. a bit more easily with this handy guide.
The Division 2 devs highlight the process of crafting their post-pandemic version of the United States capital.
"To save everything, you must see everything."
Details on factions, strongholds, World Tiers, and a lot more.
It will be 50GB on PC and Xbox One.
Ubisoft Massive offers a quick look at the setting and story for its upcoming looter shooter.
Here's everything you need to know about Ubisoft's upcoming shared world shooter.
Issues with enemy spawns and invisible walls have been addressed.
Ubisoft details how to get into the open beta in a new video.
Complete the Dark Zone East intro mission in the open beta to receive an exclusive trophy.
"How do you create a game that caters to all that?" says Massive managing director David Polfeldt. "The answer is that you have to create a monster game"
Free content, paid content, AND loot boxes—so that’s everything covered.
Weapon tweaks, enemy health/armour changes, and much more detailed.
Much of the private beta content, like PvP and end-game, seems to be carrying over.
The Division 2's associate creative director Chadi El-Zibaoui feels Washington D.C. offers more variety in terms of level design as compared to Manhattan.
A short primer on the end-game faction, Specializations, and activities is also provided.
Ending tomorrow, the technical test's purpose is to ensure recent fixes are in order.
Watch a lone agent remember his family before heading off into battle.
You're going to have to start from scratch.
The gambit appears to have paid off for them, with Uplay pre-orders for this game six times higher than those for the first one.
Pre-orders are also six times higher on Uplay.
Ubisoft Massive has yet to reveal if the content mirrors the recent private beta.
If The Division 2's beta is anything to go by, Ubisoft's upcoming looter shooter is going to be an excellent experience.
It looks like Ubisoft is going all in with endgame content in The Division 2.
An open beta could be inbound, according to a development team member.
Though players might now encounter sound issues after prolonged play sessions.
Crashes occurring from accepting invites while not in-game have been fixed.
Maintenance will end at 3:30 AM PT/6:30 AM ET for all platforms.
Everything you need to know about Tom Clancy's The Division 2.
Ubisoft Massive also reveals current known issues with the beta and how to work around them.
The beta is about 42 to 46 GB depending on one's platform.
Trying to reconcile two conflicting game design philosophies in the Dark Zones can be a harder task than it seems.
Take a brief look at the Black Tusks and their dangerous hardware.
New footage shows 20 minutes of Space Administration HQ mission gameplay.
Regional timings for when the beta goes live have also been revealed.
Two main missions, some endgame content, and Dark Zone exploration is on the cards.
If your display supports it, The Division 2 on the Xbox One X will support uncapped frame rates.
The architecture and makeup of Dark Zone West's Georgetown will make for some interesting fights.
As part of Ubisoft's "ongoing commitment to keep our dedicated community energized and playing."
And it apparently has been designed with the end game in mind.
Red Storm's Terry Spier also offers a few teases for the first raid.
The retooled and expanded take on the divisive PvEvP mode looks more polished, if nothing else.
Take a closer look at the new and returning features of the infamous Dark Zone.
The beta will take place from February 7th to 10th with sign-ups now available.
You’re going to need a bigger boat, folks.
Of course, they haven’t yet specified if these other games will also become Epic Games Store exclusive.
This is arguably the Epic Games Store’s biggest win so far in terms of the exclusives it has secured.
If you signed up for the beta, and play on PC, it’s time to check your mailbox.
Find out how some of the older skills are changing with the new variants.
Details on lore, archetypes, their ultimate goals, and more.
This feels more at home at an Xbox event, don’t you think?
The creator of a Tom Clancy game disclaims politics appearing in their works.
It might be a good idea to play their games in offline mode for now.
Get a glimpse of the map, the combat, in-game gear, and more.
Ubisoft believes both, The Division 2 and its predecessor can co-exist with one another.
Predatory practices or fair "special edition bonus"?
Plus, pre-order bonuses also announced.
The Division 2 will have you saving the American capital with or without a team.
Ubisoft says The Division 2's "living world" will "add a lot of content to the world".
Ubisoft may have a monster hit on their hands, if this keeps up.
It's looking like The Division 2 will be more dedicated to properly exploring its setting than its predecessor.
Ubisoft says The Division 2's campaign will be quite single-player friendly, if you're looking for that sort of thing.
New York was just the beginning.
Equipping more pieces of equipment from the same brand will grant the player some unique bonuses.
Creative director Julian Gerighty reveals a few new details about the end-game activity.
I hope there are no loot boxes...
Ubisoft premiered the game for the very first time at E3, and it looks very good.
Though the developer loves the concept, there are currently no official plans.
Not exactly a high bar, but interesting none the less.
A new cinematic trailer and brief gameplay trailer also released.
Before hastily pulling the link, Ubisoft Massive confirms some new features.
I suppose it actually looks pretty cool.
The SHD will be taking the fight to the United States capital.
So they want it to be the exact opposite of Destiny 2.
E3 rumours are starting early this year.
If true, this E3 is going to be quite interesting.
Potentially Ubisoft's biggest game ever.
"We can do more now so we of course want to take the opportunity."
Development will be led by Massive with various Ubisoft studios collaborating.