Set in a one-to-one recreation of Washington, D.C., The Division 2 has been shaped by all the lessons the development team learned from listening and collaborating with players since The Division's launch more than two years ago.
If you've been impressed with what you've seen from The Division 2 so far, be sure to watch Ubisoft's E3 press conference late today, when we'll nearly certainly be hearing more about the game.
Progress also continues long after Level 30. Lastly, Gerigthy outlined Massive Entertainment's plans for year one of The Division 2, stating that year one will consist of three completely free "episodes" that'll include new stories, new areas to explore, and new activities. Additionally, a complete range of PvP experiences, scalable World Tiers and a fully redesigned and rebalanced Dark Zone experience will all be live on Day One. The devs also announced that you'll be able to partner up in groups of 8 for Raids. These challenging missions, which will launch post-release, will put larger groups of players to the test, forcing them to use to use advanced tactics to achieve their objectives. The Division 2 will be released on PS4, PC, and Xbox One on March 15, 2019.
The game's creative director Julian Gerighty came on-stage to share some new details regarding what sort of end-game content players can expect to see in the sequel as well.