Given the robust success of The Division, a sequel was inevitable. Although the sport went via some tough patches, developer Large Leisure continued to refine the expertise whereas including new content material to maintain its followers busy. In the present day, a leaked press launch revealed that Ubisoft plans to point out The Division 2 at E3 this 12 months.
"We’re more than happy to announce that we’re at the moment engaged on Tom Clancy's The Division 2," the press launch says. "The event is led by Large Leisure and pushed by shut collaboration with Ubisoft Annecy, Redstorm, Reflections, Ubisoft Bucharest and Ubisoft Shanghai. The Division 2 might be primarily based on an up to date model of the Snowdrop Engine that may assist us notice our ambitions for this title. Extra importantly, we will additionally make investments all of the expertise we've gathered over the previous two years on this sequel to ensure every thing goes properly."
The press launch additionally revealed plans for prolonged help for the unique sport, together with Xbox One enhancement to help 4K, two new international occasions, and extra legendary problem missions. Ubisoft beforehand patched the PS4 model to help the elevated efficiency of the PS4 Professional.
Beginning in June, gamers will be capable to earn Crests in The Division that permit them to unlock The Division 2 rewards.
Making sequels to shared on-line worlds is less complicated stated than executed, as evidenced by Future 2's tough first 12 months. Strolling away from all of the content material you already created for a universe is a troublesome name, and it may very well be one which Bungie needs it might have again as upset followers lament the dearth of significant issues to do. Maybe Large Leisure has a greater proposition. We'll discover out quickly.