Ubisoft has released a statement regarding The Division 2, detailing the game’s seasonal duration changes. As part of their continuous efforts to refine and improve the gameplay experience for their dedicated community, the duration of each season will be extended from its previous length to four months.
The extended timeframe for each season offers the development team a more expansive window to address technical nuances, allowing for more comprehensive updates and refinements. Season 2, originally slated for an earlier release, will commence in October. This indicates a clear focus on the team’s part to balance new content with the performance and technical standards that their player base has come to expect.
“We have decided to extend the duration of each season to four months,” the team shares in the statement, further emphasizing their goal “to allocate more time and resources so we can make technical improvements to the game alongside the seasonal content you expect.”
In the same statement, the development team took a moment to acknowledge the vital role that the community plays in the game’s success. “Without your support and dedication, we would never have gotten this far,” they write, expressing their gratitude for the patience and understanding of the players as they work on enhancing the game.
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