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The Division 2 Title Update 3 lands tomorrow, Operation Dark Hours incoming

Ubisoft has just announced the downtime for tomorrow’s update, in which The Division 2 will receive an important 8-player assignment. Now that we know the official patch notes of the Title Update 3, we’re here to talk about the maintenance window. Considered as the biggest update so far, the estimated downtime is approximately 3 hours.

The maintenance window and the deployment of Title Update 3 and Operation Dark Hours kicks in tomorrow.

  • Thursday, May 16th at 15:00 AM CEST / 09:00 AM EDT / 06:00 AM PDT.

The Division 2 Title Update 3 is here to shatter the monotony, as it is the first ever Raid included in the Division series. There hasn’t been a higher instance included in the game before, and as first, it will be a pleasure to watch how top guilds are battling between each other for the World First title.

The first team to beat the raid will be Immortalized and framed onto a picture in the White House (Base of Operations). We’re looking forward to its deployment, as it will definitely offer a lot of fun and joy both for the players and viewers.

Will it be tough to complete? We honestly hope so, as it will prove who deserves the recognition among the set of groups that are going to battle in the World First Race. With that being said, do not forget to tune and catch some of the action.

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