Ubisoft finally announced Tom Clancy's The Division 2. For now, apart from logo and knowing that this game exists, we don't have many details. Massive Entertainment and Ubisoft did say that the game will be run on an updated version of Snowdrop Engine whose technical capabilities we had a chance to see in the last The Division game 2 years ago, as well in the game Mario+Rabbids.
As usual, several Ubisoft's studios will help Massive Entertainment with The Division 2. Ubisoft Annecy, Redstorm, Reflections, Ubisoft Bucharest and Ubisoft Shangai will be helping the main developer Massive Entertainment with making the best experience possible when it comes to the online multiplayer gameplay. Let us hope that they will learn from the mistakes from the past game and will improve the things that were actually good. The developer of the game, Massive Entertainment, said on stream that more details will be revealed on this years E3.
News about the game and who is in charge of the development is not much of a surprise. Massive Entertainment has provided the first The Division with "massive" support, and studio's managing director David Polfeldt already talked about the possibility of The Division 2.
Players of the first Division game have no reason to worry. Massive Entertainment will not abandon the first game. They already announced that the final updates are ready to roll. The game will finally get Global Events, four new legendary difficulty missions, and Xbox X One patch that will bring 4K resolution.
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