Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 is about to launch in a few days and then players shall be jumping in to fight the baddies to protect their beloved Washington DC. The folks over at Ubisoft and Massive getting ready for the game’s launch on March 15th on the Xbox One, PS4, and PC. They are probably busy right now with getting the game servers ready for the swarm of players that will populate their game.
The game has a lot to offer over the previous part, mainly in the content department. This game shall be packed with more content you have ever seen before. The game is a seamless online experience where you can play the story-driven campaign missions either Solo or in co-op mode with up to four friends. You can also play the endgame content alone or with friends which unlocks when you complete the main story of the game.
There is also a better and more robust progression system with new factions and activities. In addition to story-driven campaign missions and the endgame content, you have PvP mode with three different dark zones, 4v4 Skirmish, and Dominations modes. All-in-all it seems like Ubisoft does listen to its users. The Story-Driven Campaign is 40hours worth of content on is own, the endgame content only adds to that, factor in the PvP activities and the online experience you get with other players,
Everyone shall get the game at the same time as everyone else depending on your time zone except for the people who bought the Gold and Ultimate Edition, they’ll jump into the game a bit earlier. More details have been revealed regarding the games preload process and some game details that users may want to know before downloading.