The Division 2 is on the best way in accordance with this leaked press launch

The Division

The Division 2 is in growth, in accordance with a press launched leaked by a German stock-traders site. Thanks to the wonders of Google Translate, we’ve the primary few morsels of information on an upcoming sequel to the shoot-o-RPG.

Details on the sport itself are very sparse proper now, past the information that it’s in manufacturing. As is now commonplace type for the mega-conglomeration of studios that’s Ubisoft, Massive might be working alongside Ubisoft Annecy, Redstorm, Reflections, Ubisoft Bucharest and Ubisoft Shanghai. The sequel might be working on a brand new iteration of the Snowdrop engine, the spectacular lump of code behind the primary, admittedly lovely-looking sport.

The unique sport will even see not less than two extra updates earlier than formally being put out to pasture, that includes two extra world occasions being put into cycle. Additional story missions might be receiving Legendary problem variants and beginning in June, gamers will be capable to earn a brand new set of particular ‘crest’ achievements which is able to finally flip into rewards (probably beauty) within the sequel. If the leak is correct (and there’s no purpose to doubt it at current), Massive might be displaying off the sport in full at E3 later this 12 months.

The sequel’s announcement is unquestionably excellent news for followers of the unique sport, which just lately noticed some main (and really well-received) content material updates. As a lot as Ubisoft have bulked out the endgame and sidequest potential of the tactical shooty ARPG, the principle story nonetheless ends in a cliffhanger that has gone unresolved for 2 years, so it’ll be fascinating to see how and the place they take the story subsequent, and whether or not – on this politically intense time – their dealing with of the thought of a authorities sleeper cell given Judge Dredd-esque emergency powers to be able to return legislation to the streets might be any much less ham-fisted.


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