Division 2 It has been a long time waiting for the next major update-it turns out that the game will wait longer until a lot of new content appears in the shared world shooter.
Back in February, when Ubisoft spoke to investors after the announcement of the third quarter financial report for the 2020-21 fiscal year, Ubisoft stated that the new “Blockade” content should be launched in 2021 and 2022.It looks like the publisher may have said too early, but as this week the French company Already announced It will push the content down to February next year to ensure its delivery “with [its] imagine”.
“Earlier this year, we shared our commitment to continue to support The Division 2,” a statement read. “Since then, we have carried out multiple iterations of the plan and actively challenged ourselves not to compromise on the quality and ambition of the new content.
“We still believe that these content will bring exciting experiences to our players and pave the way for the future of The Division 2, which will be updated in 2022. This extra time will allow us The passionate development team can provide the best quality new content for this. Of course, at the same time, we will continue to support the game and solve the most pressing live issues.”
Despite this new delay, the company believes that it is “too early to share all the most ambitious details about the studio”. [update] So far”. However, starting on October 28th, we will start live broadcasting, detailing what will happen when new content arrives.
If you desire something more substantial, don’t worry: Ubisoft will release the next blowout in January 2022.
“To ensure that we create the best experience,” Ubisoft explained. “We will also organize a dedicated PTS time on the PC to collect your feedback and help us make the final touches before launch.”
Ubisoft has recently issued quite a few delay announcements. Back in the summer, the company postponed Riders Republic and Rainbow Six Extraction for a few months, and quite a few of these games still have no release dates.
For now, we can all enjoy the idea of another major update released at the same time as Elden Ring, Dying Light 2, Horizon Forbidden West, Saints Row, Destiny 2’s Witch Queen expansion, and many more other games. Fascinating .