Three years have passed since Tom Clancy's The Division revealed a virus-stricken New York City. For the Division agent, however, it's only been seven months, and Washington D.C. has sent reports of an emerging civil war. As though we didn't have enough to deal with already. The beta in February sent players into the heart of the nation's capital to assist the survivor efforts in maintaining control of the White House. A few other missions were available in the area, allowing the player a glimpse of what was to come. And I do mean glimpse.
Tom Clancy's Division 2's campaign is reportedly 40 hours long, but that's not all. The Dark Zone, a mixed PvE/PvP area, makes a comeback. Unlike its predecessor, this one includes PvP modes at launch. And then there's the Endgame content. Supposedly the game doesn't even start until after level 30. Additionally, players will receive a year of content, absolutely free. That's right, no season pass required.
Venture forth and explore the virtual rendering of D.C. in crisis in a 1:1 scale of the capital city in this upcoming release. Speaking from experience, don't go alone.
Release date: 15 March 2019
Early access (pre-order): 12 March 2019, midnight local time.
(Image from game.co.uk)
Edited by ThatLilyDoe