The Division 2 Content Roadmap Going Into Year One

The Division 2 unveils planned content for Year One.
The Division 2 unveils planned content for Year One. Ubisoft

Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 may just be getting ready to start its open beta, but its developers are ready to share plans and projects going for all of Year One.

Apart from the full base game that players receive when they buy any of the editions, developers also have a lot of free content in store for The Division 2’s first year of launch. New content will come in the form of new areas, activities, and narratives. This includes Tidal Basin, a new faction stronghold, Operation Dark Hours, the game’s first eight-player raid, and three episodes of narrative content and new specializations to be released in the Summer, Autumn, and Winter of 2019.

Year One Pass holders - those that either purchase the game’s Ultimate Edition, Gold Edition, or a separate Year One pass when it comes out - get bonus perks such as instant access to new specializations, exclusive missions, unique cosmetics and customization options. Year One Pass holders also recieve seven-day early access to DLC content.

Developers at Ubisoft are looking to implement a loot-box system to fuel gameplay with a year’s worth of free content. The team will also be following up on player suggestions, feedback, and reviews over time to add new features and content according to what players want to see and experience.

The Division 2 is the second online action MMORPG from Ubisoft, and a follow up to the critically-acclaimed Tom Clancy’s The Division which launched in early 2016. The Division 2 is set to have an all-new setting, loads of new features, a substantial campaign, and plenty more. The game is currently in Open Beta, and will remain free-to-try and available to the public until the Open Beta closes on March 4, 2019.

Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 is set to be released on March 15, 2019, and will be available on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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