The Division 2 Will Feature 8 People Squads for Raids and More


Ubisoft announced that The Division 2 will have raids and debuted a new cinematic trailer for the game during its E3 2018 press conference. Now in The Division 2, it is up to you and other agents of The Division, civilian sleeper agents who are serving as society's last defense against total anarchy, to save Washington D.C. from those who would destroy it. Developed with an endgame-first mentality that emphasizes each player's strategic freedom, Tom Clancy's The Division 2 builds on more than two years of listening to and learnings from The Division community to deliver an even richer and deeper experience. Each Specialization, like sharpshooter, demolitionist, or survivalist, comes with its own progression path.

The Division 2 raids

The Division 2's initial level cap is 30, and that's when you'll be able to choose a specialization, Ubisoft said.

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One of the biggest announcements is that Ubisoft will allow groups of up to 8 players to band together to tackle raids for the first time in franchise history.

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While there will be tons of content available on day one, The Division 2 is committed to continually offering new content updates.

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The game's creative director Julian Gerighty came on-stage to share some new details regarding what sort of end-game content players can expect to see in the sequel as well. The Division 2 launches in March 2019, and a beta will be held before launch.