A big complaint in the first Division was the lack of endgame content. What do you do when Manhattan is no longer in peril and you’re armed to the teeth? I found myself at the end of The Division, with all this gear, at the ready for more conflict.
It came too late.
As it were, Ubisoft heard you. The developer has released a new trailer exclusively focused on endgame content for next month’s sequel set in a ravaged Washington. In the second game, once you achieve level 30, a new faction arrive called The Black Tusk. There’s also new stronghold, new raids, and new Specialist classes to unlock. From the looks of it, you’ll have your hands full for some time, and long enough until the free expansions packs arrive.
I’m still on the fence after playing the private beta, but I want to invest more time into the tactical shooter. There’s something special about this game and I want to discover it for myself when Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 launches on March 15 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.