Ubisoft launches The Division 2 live action trailer

The upcoming shooter MMORPG from Massive and Ubisoft, The Division 2, has received a brand new trailer. Slightly different than previous ones, this one is a live action trailer, directed by Nicolas Winding Refn. Setup to discover the secret hidden within The Division 2, players will have their chance to concentrate on missions in the base of operations a.k.a the White House.

A long while ago we have witnessed that the White House will become the Base of Operations in The Division 2, and we’re lucky to witness that story too. Below you can watch the live trailer.

Directed by NIcolas Winding Refn. When everything collapsed. When everything was taken from us.  What will be left to fight for? Get ready for the Open-Beta from March 1st to 4th. Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 is an online open-world, action shooter RPG experience. Out March 15th, 2019 on PC, Xbox One and PS4.

The Division 2’s open world has many secrets hiding. No matter if on the surface of Washington DC or in the dark underground, as a Division agent we’ll need to unearth all of the criminals and lousy factions.

If you’d love to experience The Division 2 for free, there will be an Open Beta event starting on March 1st. The Division 2 is set to release on March 15.

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