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Tom Clancy's The Division 2 Announced and Future Plans for The Division

09 March 2018, 02:47 | Justin Tyler

Tom Clancy's The Division 2 Announced and Future Plans for The Division

Ubisoft Announces The Division 2 Updates to Original Game

Agents, we're thrilled to let you know that we are working on Tom Clancy's #TheDivision2. This morning, a press release popped up revealing a sequel to Ubisoft's newest franchise bearing the Tom Clancy name - The Division.

One key addition will be the addition of a new "Shields" achievements in The Division which will unlock rewards when The Division 2 launches. Hopefully on release, not after two years of constant patching.

There's now a roadmap in place for The Division to carry its content for the coming months, and it's very unlikely we will see a sequel until next year at the earliest. But our vision of what matters to us and what makes The Division so memorable for so many people has never been clearer. An updated version of the Snowdrop engine will be the power behind the game to make it look even prettier than the first title.

Tom Clancy's The Division 2 Announced and Future Plans for The Division

The developing team has put a lot of effort in keeping The Division updated and full of content up to this point, with several expansions and many more free updates bringing more features and new items. "I do think we are much closer today, especially after [Update] 1.8, to the game that we wanted to create, and also to the game that gamers were expecting at launch already". "There are so may stories and so many experiences we want to explore within the Division that we really thought a sequel was the best way to investigate these things". That will also include an enhancement patch for Xbox One X. There will also be four new missions available in "legendary" difficulty, for instance, and an additional pair in the 1.82 "parsnip" update. The game will be developed in collaboration Ubisoft Annecy, Redstorm, Reflections, Ubisoft Bucharest and Ubisoft Shanghai.

Massive is planning a Year 2 celebration for The Division, which echoes the live-services structure of Ubisoft's Rainbow Six: Siege behemoth. After a series of teases, Ubisoft has finally confirmed that a second installment is happening two years after the first game released.

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