This update will also introduce a new eight-player co-op mode called Countdown. As the name suggests, here players making up two teams will be given a 15-minute countdown to stabilize a power plant before it’s locked down for good. The teams will be starting in different locations on the map and must work together to be victorious on their mission (so, you know, no pressure). You can check out the full season reveal below.
Ubisoft has revealed that The Division 2 will receive a new season after, let’s be honest, a very lengthy wait. Season nine, dubbed Hidden Alliance, will be released on May 12th, and will introduce a new major enemy to the game: Captain Lewis. Along with this gigantic behemoth, gamers will face four new mini bosses, or Lewis’ “True sons,” as Ubisoft refers to them.
If you are yet to actually get your hands on a copy of The Division 2, Ubisoft is running a free weekend from Friday 13th May (unlucky for some) until 15th May across Xbox One, Xbox Series X and S, PS4, PS5, and PC via the Epic Games Store and Ubisoft Connect. As well as all this, Ubisoft’s is hoping to build some momentum for streams surrounding the game with Twitch Drops between 12th May and 31st May. Meanwhile, Ubisoft itself has been making the news following rumblings of a potential acquisition and leaked footage of its now infamous pirate romp Skull and Bones.
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