The Division 2 will be set in Washington D.C, Release Date, Gameplay Trailer

Thanks to E3 2018, now we know more news about The Division 2. The community developers were trying to tease us about The Division 2, but they had remained silent regarding the core status of the game. With today’s Xbox’s presentation, The Division 2 has an entirely new environment and the whole story will be set up in an entirely new city.

Despite many speculations that the new city will be the same as before just expanded, Ubisoft has decided to hit us up with the capital of the US. The story remains the same, but the virus has somehow spread to Washington, D.C. With the new setting, the game will most likely receive new factions and enemies to deal with.

In other news, the engine of the game is Snowdrop, or more specifically, an enhanced version of it. Therefore, we expect the game to prevent any glitches from appearing, which was a cause in The Division. A part in which multiple people found themselves frustrated and stopped playing the game, which led to a considerable playerbase loss.

The Division 2 will release on March 15, 2019, on Xbox One, PC, and PS4. Enough talking, below you can find the official The Division 2 trailer, and In-Game Footage released on E3 2018 today.

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