A new update has finally be launched for The Division 2:
Warlords of New York, and after three hours of downtime, we have quite a bit to
The bulk of this updates revolves around the retuing of
health and armor values across the board for both enemies and allies. To be
more specific, damage output of all enemies and NPCs has been reduced while
health and armor for elite enemies has been reduced as well. However, heroic
and legendary enemies now have increased health and armor, so they will be a
bit more challenging.
On top of this, you’ll now receive progress toward your
goals at normal difficulty or above when playing Seasonal Manhunt. This holds
true regardless of what difficulty was set by the group leader. Finally, Coyote’s
Mask will now drop more often on higher difficulties and the developers claim
to be looking to giving them to players that have surpassed Season...
Remember last October when The Division 2 was free to play for a whole weekend? Well, it’s happening again, amid a bunch of recent discounts. Undoubtedly a move to attract new players before the next expansion launches, now is as good a time as any to see if The Division 2 is the game for you.
When Is The Division 2 Free?
Starting at 8am GMT or 3am ET on February 27, Ubisoft is
offering The Division 2 for free. According to listings, the “full game” will
be available, however, there’s no word as if any of the current expansions will
be playable or if it’s just the base game. The good news is that if you’ve
played the previous free weekends, but didn’t choose to buy the game, you can
pick up right where you left off again this weekend.
How Much Does The Division 2 Cost?
Since Ubisoft is...
There is a saying that you can’t relive the joys of the last summer. Well, it isn’t summer, but you get another chance to try The Division 2- Kenly College.
An Official post on Twitter from Division 2 announced, “ Kenly College is opening its doors again on Tuesday 25th! Complete all three investigation areas to get your hands on the Diamondback Exotic!”
Kenly College is opening it's doors again on Tuesday 25th! Complete all three investigation areas to get your hands on the Diamondback Exotic! pic.twitter.com/ENsIHI40fF— The Division 2 (@TheDivisionGame) February 23, 2020
The last time this event was available, players just loved it. It added something new to the game and let us take a break from the usual missions. Completing objectives will require you to roam the open area a few times. If you missed the event last time, you should...
After a fairly rough launch, Ubisoft is doing everything it
can to entice players to come back to The Division 2. Its price has downright
plummeted in recent weeks, and the new expansion is massive, but how much
further Ubisoft is willing to go seems to be set in stone. The company will
continue to improve on the game, but it has no plans to port it over to the Xbox
Series X or PlayStation 5.
In an interview with The Daily Star, Yannick Banchereau – the Associate Creative Director of The Division 2 – said that “the team is not looking at porting it to new platforms.”
“What I can tell you is that we are not making a specific version for those for those consoles, we are very much focused on just working on what we have now and making that as good as possible.”
So what does...
Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 Warlords of New York is a new narrative expansion to The Division franchise. New York, where the events of the first Division game was set, is under threat of a new, devastating biochemical attack. While The Division was answering the distress call in Washington, D.C., Aaron Keener, a former Division Agent turned Rogue, has taken control of Lower Manhattan and is manipulating the factions of New York with the help of dangerous Rogue Agents. As society rebuilds on the ashes of the Black Friday outbreak, in Keener’s eyes, so do the binds of authority that burden it. Armed with a new strain of the virus that crippled the world, Keener intends to unshackle society from the establishment. Despite numerous remaining threats, The Division’s priorities have changed. Keener needs to be stopped. The hunt is on.
This expansion to Tom...
There’s a lot of argument that Tom Clancy’s The Division 2
is one of the best games of 2019 and now, you have a chance to play it for free.
Starting this weekend, as in today, silly, you can download The Division 2 on
your PS4, Xbox One, or PC and play it for free. Even better yet, if you decide you
want to play more as Sunday comes to an end, you can get a pretty sweet deal on
it, should you chose to buy it.
This free-to-play weekend (along with a sizeable discount
for purchase) comes as part of Ubisoft’s celebration of the arrival of Episode
2. If you’re playing on an Xbox, you’ll – of course – need an Xbox Live Gold or
Game Pass Ultimate subscription, but if you’re rocking the PS4, you don’t even
need a PlayStation Plus subscription. If you’re on either of these two systems,
The Tidal Basin update for Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 was
launched just a couple of days ago, and
there’s already a serious bug that’s making rounds. Apparently, most players
are having a hard time finding ammo for signature weapons while some players can’t find any ammo at all. The bug seems to be
affecting all specializations for now, but Ubisoft is reportedly looking into
Reports have been sent out across
the usual channels, namely Twitter
with some players claiming that they haven’t found any signature weapons ammo
after hours of play. For now, the
only workaround we know of is to go back to the White House, switch specializations,
then swap back and that should refill your specialized weapon ammo. Yeah, it’s
a real pain in the ass, but it’s the best you can do for now.
If you’re not sure of everything
that came with the Tidal Basin update for The...
Ubisoft has revealed that “Tidal Basin”, the first post-launch update for Tom Clancy’s The Division® 2 is available from tomorrow on the Xbox One family of devices including the Xbox One X, PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system and Windows PC. “Tidal Basin” is part of “Invasion: Battle for D.C.”, the first free post-launch update that includes upcoming releases of “Operation Dark Hours”, the first 8-player raid in the history of The Division, and a brand new Specialisation.
The first post-launch DLC for Tom Clancy’s The Division 2
will bring “Operation Dark Hours” an eight-player raid game mode that will be a
first for the series. It also comes complete with a new Specialization and is
part of the “Invasion: Battle for D.C. Even better yet, this DLC is completely
free and will bring a whole bunch of new content and Challenges that include:
Players face a new challenge in encountering
Tidal Basin, a new stronghold held by the Black Tusk Faction. Tidal
Basin is now home to some of the most powerful enemies in the game, and they’re
not going down without a fight.After completing the Tidal Basin Stronghold,
players will be able to advance to World Tier 5 and unlock the possibility to
obtain gear scores 450-500.“Invasion: Battle for D.C.” introduces a
new Heroic difficulty setting making for some of the most challenging gameplay
yet.Upon reaching World Tier 5, weekly invasions
will be introduced with...