The Division 2: surprisingly, new content will arrive

The Title Update 12, released in December 2020, was previously confirmed as the latest content update for The Division 2. Season 4 of the game, titled “End of Watch”Clearly alluded to the end of the third person shooter title. However, Ubisoft has decided to overturn their plans by announcing that the game will receive new content not only in 2021, but also in 2022. This was said by the CEO of Ubisoft, Yves guillemot, news that even surprised the developers of Massive Entertainment, considering that by now all their energies were directed to the next Star Wars game.

By visiting the official profile of The Division 2 on Twitter, we can read: “We are pleased to announce that there will be additional content for The Division 2 and will be released later this year! This is possible thanks to your passion and your continued support that allow us to continue to enhance the experience of The Division 2, and we can only thank you enough for that ”.

At the moment, we haven’t been given one official date, so we don’t know exactly when it will be possible to enjoy the upcoming content. Apparently, the team is still in the early stages of work, but they don’t seem to be there signs of long waits, since most of the developers, as mentioned above, are engaged in the making of Star Wars.

Furthermore, it is still unclear what will be the news coming up on The Division 2 after Title Update 12, considering that now everyone took it for granted. Surely, many will have relied on the title of Massive Entertainment to enhance their time during the period of our, true, pandemic, but taking note of the previous communications, the opinion of the community it is quite discordant. Some complain about the team’s lack of creativity, while others were more enthusiastic about the news, not being ready to officially dismiss yet The Division 2. Considering that the next-gen, PS5 and Xbox Series X | S versions have already been released, the horizon is still vast for the title. And you, instead, what do you think? Did you imagine it or were you among those ready to turn the page? Let us know in the comments section.

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