The Division Day

Ubisoft Reveals More On ‘The Division 2’ Year 5 And Two Spin-offs

It has been seven years since The Division first came to be, and now, Ubisoft is ushering the seventh year of the third-person shooter with some great news for fans. If you have been waiting to see what comes next for the franchise as a whole, the latest Division Day Livestream was quite generous with the information.

The Division 2 Year 5

Year 5 of The Division 2 will kick off in June, and it will come with a new mode called Descent. This roguelite experience will be another great way to experience the stellar gunplay that the series is known for, while throwing in some neat twists and turns, all for the low price of nothing. The rest of the content will still required the paid Warlords of New York expansion, so you have been warned.

The Division 2 Year 5

The full content of Year 5 includes:

  • Season 1: Broken Wings (June):
    This new season brings a new twist on Manhunts and introduces Descent, a roguelite mode. Players will also see the continuation of a multi-season rebuild of the Castle Settlement that will bring the devastated landmark back to life with a renewed purpose. As a part of the premium pass for Season One: Broken Wings, players will be able to unlock pieces of a Splinter Cell-themed outfit to help Fifth Freedom their way throughout DC and NYC.
  • Season 2: Puppeteers: A challenging new Incursion will take Agents on a venture out to the Meret Estate for another confrontation with the Cleaners in The Division 2.
  • Season 3: Vanguard: Agents will go back to New York City for the holidays and discover new revelations about Aaron Keener and his Rogues.
  • Season 4: Black Diamond: New story DLC will be available that adds new zones, new main missions, and a whole new endgame structure.

As usual, each season will bring new Manhunts, Leagues, and Events to The Division 2.

The Division Heartland

The Division Heartland

The free-to-play multiplayer survival-action companion shooter will bring players to Silver Creek, a hostile environment filled with deadly contamination, roaming enemy hordes, and the looming threat of sickness and dehydration.

The Division Heartland will feature a shared Base of Operations for the first time, where players can socialise, form groups, customize their loadouts, and head on out to operations, bringing back materials that can help with crafting. And to form a squad, players will choose from the three classes of Weapons Expert, Medic, and Survivalist, and having a balanced squad will ensure you come out on top against both AI enemies and other players.

Interested agents can sign up for future closed tests at the official website.

The Division Resurgence

Don’t forget about the mobile game that will expand the universe, as the next phase of testing is set to begin for The Division Resurgence later this summer. For the first time, players with iOS-powered devices will have the opportunity to enjoy the game along with Android users,in select territories.

Similarly, registration for future tests can be done at the official website.

Other activities surrounding The Division universe also include more collectibles in the form of action figures of Caleb Dunne and Brian Johnson from the main game, while a new webtoon will be coming next year. It will chronicle the journey of a teacher in Houston, Texas, whose watch lights up with the telltale orange glow as the Dollar Flu outbreak spreads, as they make unlikely allies and encounter new factions far from the East Coast.