Ubisoft has already shared the primary particulars about The Division 2‘s first yr of DLC updates.
The most important items of The Division 2‘s first yr of content material updates are the three episodes that make up the sport’s preliminary story arc. The first episode, titled D.C. Outskirts: Expeditions, provides new missions to the sport and can see you monitor down members of the Outcasts and Black Tusks (two rival in-game factions). This episode will even enable gamers to embark upon a mission that sees them search out a misplaced convoy.
The Division 2‘s second episode (Pentagon: The Last Castle) will even add new missions to the sport that revolve round a nonetheless mysterious state of affairs involving the Pentagon (which has seemingly been transformed into some form of stronghold). The ultimate episode will conclude The Division 2‘s Year One storyline, however we sadly have no idea any particulars concerning this episode and even what its identify will probably be.
Not all content material coming to The Division 2 will probably be restricted to those three episodes, although. One of the primary items of content material gamers will take pleasure in is a brand new faction stronghold referred to as Tidal Basin. After that, gamers will be capable of take part in Operation Dark Hours: the primary 8-player raid within the historical past of The Division franchise. There will even be new specialization lessons (with particular gear), Eight new categorized assignments, extra bounties, extra missions, and extra customization choices.
While most of this content material will probably be free, those that buy the sport’s Year One move will achieve entry to each episode seven days earlier than its official launch. They’ll additionally be capable of immediately unlock all new specialization lessons whereas free gamers might want to earn them through gameplay. Those who buy the move will even achieve entry to unique cosmetics and different content material. There’s extra info on how microtransactions work within the sport over on the Ubisoft weblog.
It’s a bit of early for The Division 2 to launch its yearly DLC roadmap, however we see why they did it. Fallout 76 and Anthem have already got DLC roadmaps floating out within the wild, and even Apex Legends has a battle move system developing within the close to future. We cannot blame Ubisoft for eager to no less than maintain tempo.
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