The newest trailer for The Division 2 is out, and it showcases the priority being placed on the endgame content in the sequel. There’s still a main story campaign, but that’s not the real game. Once players complete said campaign, the real challenges begin.
The Division 2’s endgame will introduce brand new challenges across many types of content. Occupied Dark Zones and new Raids lead the charge by creating hybrid PvE and PvP experiences. A new faction like the Black Tusks will challenge players in new ways. Invasions and Strongholds offer a chance at special high-end loot. That’s all just the beginning by the way. Not only does Ubisoft plan to add more content over time, all the existing content is fully replayable.
Players can develop their characters is very specific ways, each person can choose a path for their upgrades on gear and abilities that fills very specific roles. The aim here seems to be to allow players to create highly specific loadouts tailored to one type of content or another. To aid in the realization of this deep customization system, there are new specializations such as demolitionist, sharpshooter, and survivalist. Each of these has their own mods, abilities, talents and other aspects which allow players to truly create their own custom setup. And since the endgame allows full replayability, you get plenty of chance to customize and perfect your setup.
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. The publisher/developer also teased the various multiplayer modes, called Dark Zones, in another trailer.
Check out the new trailer for the game down below. The Division 2 will release for PS4, Xbox One, and PC on March 15, 2019.