After a promising launch in March 2019, Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 was supported by Ubisoft Massive with new free content and a series of paid DLCs, proving to be a successful bet and a big step forward from the first chapter. In 2021, however, the game received very few important updates, and today Ubisoft confirmed that the revolutionary “big update” coming out by the end of the year had been postponed to 2022, a necessary choice not to compromise the quality of the experience.
Ubisoft had announced the update last March, promising that it would renew the experience with a new game mode unreleased for the franchise, which among other things, has recently passed the milestone of 40 million total players. For the moment, we only know that the update will introduce a new mode and that some changes will be made to make the endgame more enjoyable. But considering that Ubisoft describes the update as “the most ambitious ever made,” we can expect a few more surprises.
In all cases, before seeing the fruits of Ubisoft Massive’s work, we will have to wait a bit since the update’s release is scheduled for February 2022, with a presentation scheduled for January. In the letter to the fans, the developers state that they do not want to compromise the quality of the update and that they need a little more time. However, the game will continue to be supported with in-game events and other minor updates.