Now in The Division 2, it is up to you and other agents of The Division, civilian sleeper agents who are serving as society's last defense against total anarchy, to save Washington D.C. from those who would destroy it.
While the world got its first look at The Division 2 during Microsoft's E3 event, publisher Ubisoft took the time to give the game a closer look during its own conference Monday afternoon.
The Division 2's development is led by Massive Entertainment and driven by close collaboration with Ubisoft Annecy, Redstorm, Reflections, Ubisoft Bucharest and Ubisoft Shanghai. There are also three specialisations for you to choose from, Sharpshooter, Demolitionist and Survivalist, which have exclusive weapons so that you can be fully unique with your squad.
Another big addition to The Division 2 are the 8-player raids that will provide more challenges to players.
In the game, players will be able to pick a specialization after the main campaign is over. They will also be releasing free episodic DLC content to support the game following its release, which will open up new story areas and activities for players to complete.
The Division 2 is planned for release on March 15, 2019 for the PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
The game's creative director Julian Gerighty came on-stage to share some new details regarding what sort of end-game content players can expect to see in the sequel as well.