"The Division 2" leak: Major expansion leads back to New York

"The Division 2" leak: Major expansion leads back to New York

Tonight, Ubisoft is unveiling a live stream of the first details of the new, paid "The Division 2" expansion, "Warlords of New York". However, some information was leaked before the event.

Those who can’t wait for the unveiling of the new "Warlords of New York" expansion for "The Division 2" can already spoil themselves a little. According to Reddit, the leaked information was read directly from the Xbox Store and should therefore be credible. And that awaits you in the large, paid DLC.

Return to New York

As the name of the expansion suggests, the scene is moving from Washington DC back to New York. The game's description on the Xbox Store says, "New York is under threat. Aaron Keener, a former division agent, has become a villain and has taken control of Lower Manhattan. He is assisted by four highly qualified lieutenants trained in the division but reject their ideals. They are now the highest authority in the city and the most powerful force the agents have ever faced. "

The following features are also known:

  • A gripping story in which you hunt your archenemy
  • A level 30 boost that lets you jump right into the "Warlords of New York" campaign
  • A new open world in New York
  • A revised progress system with an increase of the level limit to 40
  • New tactical opportunities: exoticism, equipment and skills
  • An expanded endgame, including thematic, three-month seasons

Release date unknown so far

When the expansion "Warlords of New York" for "The Division 2" will be released is not yet known, but may be revealed in today's stream ( Twitch , YouTube ), which starts at 8 p.m. However, it is already known that an Ultimate Edition will be released, which should contain some additional missions and cosmetic items in addition to "The Division 2" and "Warlords of New York".

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.