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Developer: Ubisoft Massive
Release: March 15, 2019
Rating: Not rated
Platform: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC
Ubisoft recently released a new trailer (viewable above) to give fans a better idea of what kind of free content is expected for The Division 2 post launch. These include new campaigns, game modes, specializations, and more.
Some of the biggest additions are three episodes that expand the world with additional narratives, missions, and new modes for both PvP and against AI enemies.
Episode One (titled Outskirts: Expeditions) takes place in the surrounding area of Washington D.C., where players fight to liberate the city in two additional main missions. It will also include a new game mode where you must investigate what happened to a lost convoy. It releases this summer.
As for Episode Two (titled Pentagon: The Last Castle), it releases this Fall. It will include additional main missions and have players storm the Pentagon.
Finally, Episode Three will arrive by Winter, and it’ll be the final chapter of The Division 2’s story.
Along with these campaigns, players can also expect a new location called Tidal Basin. This is a “new challenging stronghold” that is held by the Black Tusks. An 8-player raid called Operation Dark Hours, the first of its kind for The Division franchise, is also coming. Both Tidal Basin and Operation Dark Hours will release soon after launch.
Ubisoft teases that three new specializations will also arrive alongside the episodes, bringing new signature weapons and skill trees. Details on these so far are slim.
For those that want to get into the post-launch action as soon as possible, they can purchase a Year 1 Pass. This season pass will grant them seven-day early access to all the episodes, access to the specializations as they release, eight classified assignments centered around the fall of D.C., exclusive cosmetics, and more in-game activities like base of operations projects and bounties.
The Division 2 releases soon on March 15 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. An open beta is happening from March 1 to 4. For more, read our in-depth feature about Dark Zones and the Conflict PvP Mode.