Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 is out now on PC and consoles. Ubisoft released a new trailer to go with the game’s launch that introduces players to its premise and features.
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There’s just one week left before The Division 2 is deployed, so here’s a launch trailer. Its arrival is a little earlier for those who pre-order certain editions.
Ubisoft has detailed the post-launch content for The Division 2, which includes new modes, missions, and specializations. The title is slated for a release on March 15, 2019, in North America and Europe.
The Division 2 is out in a couple of weeks, but is first getting an open beta this weekend. Ubisoft released a couple of trailers for the game, one detailing the title’s endgame premise, with another highlighting the aforementioned beta.
The Division 2 is getting a new beta at the start of March. Unlike last weekend’s private beta, this one will be open to all.
Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 is getting a private beta next week. Ubisoft revealed the exact timings of the beta, as well as what players will be able to do during it.
More information arrives for The Division 2 in the form of three new trailers. Get caught up on the story, Dark Zones, and the new PvP mode.
Ubisoft is letting PC players know of some of the graphical bonuses their high-powered rigs will be able to utilise in The Division 2. In addition, the company revealed that the PC version will be exclusive to the new Epic Games Store.
Ubisoft has a new gameplay trailer for The Division 2 that, while light on actual gameplay, does offer a look at the game’s version of D.C. Plenty of agents are likely already preparing to make the trek.
Though it provided a couple of videos of The Division 2 for the Xbox E3 briefing, Ubisoft saved rather more for its own presentation. Five new videos featuring the game are available, along with plenty of details regarding plans for its end-game.
Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 put in an appearance at the Xbox E3 Briefing, revealing its March 2019 release date. A completely natural and not-at-all-scripted group is also on hand to demonstrate some gameplay.
Two years after its launch, Ubisoft has unveiled a follow-up to Tom Clancy’s The Division. Details at this stage are light, with more information expected at E3.