One of Ubisoft's most-anticipated new titles is The Division 2, the sequel to the popular first game that launched back in 2016. The Division 2 is a third-person military shooter which tasks you with stopping malicious forces from seizing control of the government in the District of Columbia. It's unclear how the rest of the country is affected at this point.
Today, Ubisoft revealed more about the endgame content coming to Xbox One and other platforms next month. When you're leveling up, you'll encounter a number of enemy factions which will play an important role in the campaign. However, once you're powerful enough to unlock the endgame, you'll encounter the "Black Tusks." The Black Tusks use advanced technology like drones so you'll have to make sure you're equipped to deal with such a threat. The video provides even more information on what to expect.
Ubisoft added that, beginning with the February beta, The Division 2 fans will have the opportunity to have a first hands-on with endgame content with one "Invaded" mission. Players will experience gameplay at the level cap of thirty and unlock brand new "Survivalist," "Sharpshooter," or "Demolitionist" specializations.
Are you excited for the beta? Let us know. Recently, Ubisoft announced that it will exclusively release its games on the Epic Games Store going forward. Many consider this to be a major blow to Steam because "AAA" experiences generate a lot of revenue, much more than the sales of a lot of smaller games combined. However, Epic Games takes a smaller cut so the choice seemed like an easy decision.
Asher Madan handles gaming news for Windows Central. Before joining Windows Central in 2017, Asher worked for a number of different gaming outlets. He has a background in medical science and is passionate about all forms of entertainment, cooking, and antiquing.
I really hope this faction has a strong story arc.
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