The Division 2 will release all-new content later this year and will fix existing issues such as the lack of volumetric fog on the PlayStation 5 version.
Ubisoft’s Division 2 will receive a new wave of content later this year, despite the previous update being believed to be the last. The developers have yet to release specific details, but it looks like there will be several updates later this year, as well as patches to fix the existing issues plaguing the game.
Division 2 released three years ago, but the game has been incredibly well supported ever since with a host of updates, expansion packs, and other forms of content, such as a Demonic resident Cross. Ubisoft’s title has grown to become one of the studio’s most popular releases thanks to how well supported it is, and now gamers know this is likely to continue through at least the beginning of 2022 as the team prepares for more. contents.
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Ubisoft revealed via Twitter that new content updates are in early development and will be released sometime in 2021. “Today, we are delighted to confirm that there will be additional content for The Division 2 released later this year! It’s your continued passion and support that allows us to continue to build on the The Division 2 experience, and we can’t thank you enough for that.“the Ubisoft post reads. The studio also noted that it won’t be long before the team talks more about the new content.
Ubisoft also acknowledged that there have been issues with the PlayStation 5 version of the game. People noted that Division 2 It lacked notable effects like volumetric fog and more, making it a less detailed world than its next-gen counterpart. The team is already working hard to fix the problem. “An investigation into the accidents that affect many of you is underway with the highest priority, and we are also close to finding a solution for the missing volumetric fog and reflections from screen space on PlayStation 5. We will let you know when let’s have a date for both of us. fix“Ubisoft said.
It’s kind of surprising that Ubisoft continues to support Division 2 with new content three years after launch, especially since developer Massive Entertainment has two other major projects on the horizon. The studio is currently hard at work on an entirely new game based on James Cameron. Avatar movies and a new single player mode Star Wars game that was revealed last month. Ubisoft has many developers under its large umbrella, so there are likely other teams working on these updates and assisting in the production of the other two games. It has been confirmed that Avatar will be released before Star Wars game, which is expected to be in a couple of years. As for Division 2, players will probably be able to find out more soon.
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