Ubisoft has today announced that the wildly successful game, The Division will be getting a sequel that is fully unveiled at this year’s E3.
It’s unclear whether the game will release this year, or take up their spot in March/April (when the original game released) in 2019.
It’s not over for the original game yet, with them announcing that they’ll continue to support the first game until September.
April – Update 1.8.1, which includes the Xbox One X patch and the implementation of Classified drop rate changes discussed on a previous State of the Game. We are also introducing two new Legendary modes alongside a new Global Event: Blackout.
May – New Global Event: Onslaught.
June – Update 1.8.2, which will introduce two more Legendary mission modes and bring back Global Event: Outbreak. This update also marks the beginning of the brand new Shields monthly feature, in which achievements earned playing The Division will grant special rewards in The Division 2.
July – Global Event: Assault, with the continuation of Shields.
August – Global Event: Strike, with the continuation of Shields.
September – Global Event: Ambush, with the continuation of Shields