If you would love to explore a single-player game, based on history, within Division 2The vast world, you are not alone.
"I love the idea of a spin-off directed by a narrative player from The Division Game" Tweeted The director of TT Games level, Tim Spencer. "Focusing on an agent trying to get home with his family after being sent to New York, during the SHD blackout of the fall of DC, TLOU x Division.
"None of the stories has explored what the Division agent is sacrificing, and what they experience mentally," Spencer added in a later tweet. "When you think about it: it's a pretty dark / epic thing: there's a great opportunity to tell some incredible stories there.
"I sat here in a burrito restaurant, and all I want is a post-it notes path and a pen to write down all the epic stories that our agent could have, in chapters, through his long trip home during the fall of society in the nightmares of what could have happened to his family, because they responded to the call of the SHD, to protect them during the fall. "
Thoughts? https://t.co/f8sSHuD25VJuly 13, 2019
Spencer tagged the tweet to get the attention of the creative director of The Division 2, Julian Gerighty, and left it that way. However, Gerighty then retweeted the reflections to his own followers, asking: "thoughts?" and generating hundreds of responses, most of which were delighted with the suggestion.
For those of us who are happy with the action of TPS, the next chapter in Division 2 is episode 1 – DC Outskirts: Expeditions. This free DLC will arrive on July 23 for owners of Year 1 Pass and July 30 for all players.
Apart from countless corrections and changes of balance, Episode 1 will present two new main missions, the Expeditions gameplay, a new team that includes two Exotics and two more Classified Assignments. The Operation Dark Hours raid is also obtaining a reduced "Discovery" difficulty (with reduced rewards), and even among the many balance changes, skill revisions stand out.
In front of the great DLC, here is everything in the last. Patch notes for Division 2.