The Division 2 Will Be Revealed At E3

Doug Carpenter
March 10, 2018

That said, we've always envisioned the story in the game we launched in 2016 as the beginning chapter in a larger saga, and today we're excited to share more info about what's next for The Division universe. Ubisoft has revealed that The Divison 2 is going to be developed by Massive Entertainment, the Swedish studio that was the main developer behind the original online shooter as well. "After the celebrations of our two year anniversary, we will support the game with two more title updates". PC, Xbox One, and PS4 seem like a safe bet since the original game also occupies those platforms, though fans are also clamoring for a Switch release this time around.

A small team starting discussing the main concept of the sequel right around the launch of the first Division.

Come June, players will also be able to play "Shields" - specific achievements that will unlock rewards in The Division 2. The developers actually clarified that we should not expect any information on the new game until then.

Unfortunately, we won't get to hear more details about The Division 2 until E3 2018 later this year, as it's expected Ubisoft will be hosting their own conference event once again. Ubisoft released an actual physical copy of the survival guide, full of Kelleher's annotations documenting her time trapped in NY resisting the Dollar Flu, showing just some of the potential story points for The Division 2.

We are very pleased to announce that we are now working on Tom Clancy's The Division 2.

The Division 2 is in the works at Massive Entertainment.

News of the game first leaked through stock website 4-Traders, which published a blog post from creative director Julian Gerighty.

Ubisoft's latest game announcement will come as little surprise. Far Cry 5 (releasing this month), The Crew 2, and Skull & Bones.

The developing team has put a lot of effort in keeping The Division updated and full of content up to this point, with several expansions and many more free updates bringing more features and new items.

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