Ubisoft has big plans for the second installment of The Division franchise. A big complaint from fans was a lack of end-game content of the original and it seems Ubisoft has listened to fan feedback as The Division 2 is getting raids. Raids will feature eight players though not much more is known beyond that, though Ubisoft did say they were planning for several years of content for The Division 2.

Players will be able to unlock ‘Specializations’ after completing the main campaign of the game and once a player has hit the level cap. Choosing a Specialization will unlock a new progression system and skillsets for players to better customize how they want to play.

The Division 2 takes place in Washington D.C. in the wake of a catastrophe that has left the United States capital in ruin. The infamous dark zone will return for the Division 2 and Ubisoft  announced the major DLC packs of the first year will be free for all players who purchase the base game.

Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 launches on March 15, 2019, for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

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