Ubisoft is really kicking up the pressure with hype for The Division 2, and this time we’ve got yet another gameplay showcase for the upcoming action shooter. There’s been lots of fun and shooting going on, and the developer wants to amp up the chaos even more with some new gameplay highlights. This time gamers are getting a glimpse of the end-game faction-based combat which will define The Division 2.
The Division 2 features a variety of different in-lore factions which players will have to overcome. Each one offers their own challenges that players have to face head-on. The primary way in which players will be able to break these factions down is with the use of endgame specialization classes, which will be built around signature weapons such .50 caliber sniper rifles, grenade launchers, crossbows, and more. These classes are key to beating the tougher factions, like the Black Tusks, which are the focus of this new gameplay trailer.
Of course there’s plenty of flexibility in each class design, and players will be able to optimize their builds, focusing on PvP or PvE, and then ensuring synergy with their teammates to foster success. And since The Division 2 puts a laser focus on hybrid PvE and PvP gameplay, maintaining a high level of cooperation will be key.
Check out the new end-game showcase video down below.Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 is scheduled to release on March 15, 2019 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Keep in mind that the PC version of The Division 2 will be exclusive to UPlay and the Epic Games Store, as it’s skipping Steam entirely.
In other news, Ubisoft also detailed the upcoming private Beta for The Division 2 in another trailer.
If you want to learn more about this game, Ubisoft is already pumping the hype machine into overdrive to get you some of that content you desperately crave. The developers recently released a bunch of details showcasing the various special editions of The Division 2, and their included rewards, in a recent trailer. There’s a ton of different versions of the shooter, and there’s some pre-order bits too. The publisher/developer also teased the various multiplayer modes, called Dark Zones, in another trailer.