After Microsoft revealed the first details on The Division 2, Ubisoft's own press conference at E3 2018 gave use a little more detail on the first-year content players will be getting.
Everyone who plays The Division 2 will get access to a full year's worth of new story missions, map expansions and game modes completely free of charge. Folks who want even more will be able to buy the year 1 pass for a bunch of exclusive add-ons.
Additionally, the raids which we covered after the Microsoft event were given a little more detail, but nothing beyond saying that they'll be for eight players. We'll just have to be patient for the rest.
The Division 2 is set to launch on Xbox, PS4 and PC on March 15, 2019.
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