Massive Entertainment's Tom Clancy's The Division 2 will see a slew of new substance and personal satisfaction updates, however the studio shared some unfortunate news with respect to cutting edge upgrades and future substance.
While further improvement for The Division 2 originally closed with the season 4 storyline, Massive is now on target to keep supporting the game with new substance. Notwithstanding, the studio presently has no plans to give the game a cutting edge update, cross-progression, or add a survival game mode.
At the point when asked with regards to where The Division 2 series is going or what's in store, Massive imaginative director Yannick Banchereau took to Twitter to dispel any myths. The Division 2 is playable on cutting edge platforms, yet Banchereau explained that the studio has no plans to give the game a cutting edge visual update. Furthermore, while discussing how The Division 2 handles character saves, Banchereau explains that their databases cannot be transferred over among platforms and doing as such is "a colossal measure of work." Players also have been needing an answer on whether a Survival mode will show up in the game, and Banchereau guaranteed that "[he] will consider bringing back Survival the day [he's] 100 percent certain [they] can convey something better than the original."
In 2016, Massive released the Survival game mode for The Division where players support the harsh weather conditions, gather plunder, and concentrate from the city before a virus kills the players. Players cherished this mode for its tense survival activity with a marauder shooter twist. The cutting edge versions of The Division 2, while moved up to run at 60 FPS, didn't see a move up to its graphical loyalty, so it looks the same as its last-gen counterparts.
As of now, The Division 2 players can expect new substance however not anticipate that the game should exploit the force of the cutting edge consoles. How the game looks on the PS4 will look the same as the PS5 besides a casing rate update. In any case, Ubisoft does have likely arrangements for The Division franchise.
Despite the fact that The Division 2 will not receive a redesign at any point in the near future, players can expect new substance on the way. Besides the new "Expertise" system, Massive has yet to give precise details on what content players can hope to see. That content can come as new seasons or another new expansion, yet players in all actuality do know that Massive is working on a totally new game mode for The Division 2. With a portable game, novel, and film in the pipes, this series still has a lot to offer.