At the Xbox E3 2018 news conference, Ubisoft showed Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 for the very first time. gamers have known about the existence of The Division 2 since early March now thanks to a leak that was later confirmed by Ubisoft, today is the first time that we’ve seen something from the game.
Ubisoft also announced that Tom Clancy’s The Division is available via the Xbox all-you-can-eat Game Pass subscription.
The Division 2 takes the loot-and-shoot genre to the next level
The Division 2 moves from the frigid winter of lower Manhattan to the swampy heat of Washinton D.C. in the summer.
There’s an extended gameplay demo that showcased Division operatives accepting missions, cooperating to complete them and we can also see the severe danger that’s posed by the post-apocalyptic landscape in the nation’s capital.
The Division was initially launched back in Mark 2016 and the game found its footing after a few months and some updates.
Many of the additions that came for the game supported to inspire games like Destiny 2.
The Division 2 is definitely looking to take the loot-and-shoot genre to the next level once more.
At the conference, there were also presented two images from the game.
They highlighted a standard mission and some points of interest on the map. Another image offered players a taste of the basic loadout screens, and they showed the weapon and gear slots.
It seems that the sequel for the game plans to pick over where the new and enhanced version of the original left off.
The Division 2 will be launched on March 15, 2019, and it will be available for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.