By now, a lot of players have put in a lot of time into Tom Clancy’s The Division. They have hit the max level, obtained high-end gear, and explored the Dark Zone. Those that are wanting something more from the game won’t have to wait long for news on new content. Ubisoft Massive will be unveiling news about the first raid for The Division on Tuesday.
The developer will share the details in a “special report” broadcast on their Twitch channel. The Division’s first raid, now known as Last Stronghold Operation, will be the primary focus of the broadcast. Fans of the game who tune in to the stream will also be able to pick up on how raids in the game will work.
Considering that Ubisoft has been extremely vague in how endgame content will work, this stream should give us some idea as what the future may hold in terms of endgame content. The only thing that we know so far is that the content will offer harder enemies to gain more high-end gear and weapons. Ubisoft has previously described the raids as being designed with “squad play” in mind. However, the rumor of the raids being an eight-person with two different four person squads affair still hasn’t confirmed or denied.
The stream that Ubisoft has planned for Tuesday may also show off the long-awaited feature of player trading. Massive Entertainment made the decision to withhold the feature at launch but promised fans that feature would be made available in April’s update.
The update for The Division in the month of April is going to be a big one, but it is not part of the timed exclusive content for Xbox One players. PC and Playstation 4 players can breathe easy knowing that the first raid will be available on all platforms on the same day. Some may consider this a good move on Ubisoft’s part due to the fact that the timed exclusivity was met with some disappointment.
If you’re free and want to check out how the first raid is going to be, then make sure to swing by Ubisoft’s Twitch channel on Tuesday.
Tom Clancy’s The Division is available now on the Xbox One, PC, and Playstation 4.
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