Running up to the launch of the The Division 2 beta, Ubisoft release a new trailer highlighting the roles players can choose in the endgame and more about the group infiltrating Washington called the “The Black Tusk”.
Ubisoft Release The Division 2 “Endgame” Trailer
The developer releases a new trailer featuring what players will be able do in the endgame of The Division 2. Not only teasing raids, new quests but highlighting the three choices of skill specialisations: Survivalist, Demolitionist or Sharpshooter. The trailer talks about The Black Tusk, a group that are wreaking havoc, “this army was designed to eliminate Washington’s last line of defence”.
The description of the video outlines Ubisoft’s plan to keep The Division 2 with end-game in mind, meaning that players will enjoy an on-going experience once they have completed the main campaign:
Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 was built with an “endgame-first” mentality, ensuring players always have access to fresh, unique, and diverse activities long after completing the main campaign. Tom Clancy’s The Division 2’s endgame will introduce brand new challenges and progression systems, unique twists and surprises, and for the first time, raids. Players will also be able to access a wealth of post-launch content, including a full year of free additional story-driven missions, map expansions, and gameplay modes.
You can check out the full trailer below:
It’s a positive sign that the developers are thinking about the longevity of the game, focusing on what players can do after the main campaign has finished. Hopefully they can bring enough to keep players coming back for more.
The Division 2 comes to PS4, Xbox One and PC on March 15th 2019 with the beta coming March 1st until March 4th.
To read more news about The Division 2 you can find it here in Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 PC Version Will Launch Exclusively On Epic Games Store And Uplay. You can also check out the story trailer here. You can read more about the beta in Ubisoft Announces The Division 2 Open Beta For Early March.