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The Division 2 End-Game Will Be Better Than Its Predecessor’s According To Ubisoft

A sequel for The Division is releasing sometime next year and from the day the game was announced, fans started questioning. Will The Division 2 End-Game content be better than the first title’s? Ubisoft confirms that it will.

It is everyone’s little secret that in one way or another, we all liked The Division. Its progress and gameplay content was decent enough for critics to like it and players spend hundreds of hours into it. Reaching its end-game though, the Division wasn’t “rich” enough being dropped too fast and lacking content that even its expansions couldn’t fill. We might not know much about The Division 2, but all things point to a successful launch.

On that note, Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot reassures the audience that The Division 2 end-game won’t be lacking content and that they will continue supporting it during the years. Here’s his statement during an earnings call today:

“We’ve been working with the teams to bring a lot of content at launch and to be ready to continue to supply content a lot during the years that follow the launch. We are working hard to make sure we have lots of content available so people can stay in the game for the long run.”

Additionally,  Ubisoft CFO Alain Martinez was a bit more realistic, acknowledging that The Division was lacking end-game content. He said:

“Very clearly what we call the end-game part was something that [The Division 1] could have improved, and we believe that we’ve got it now [with The Division 2]”

The Division has progressed a lot over the years, bringing some meaningful changes to the way the game is played, something that its biggest competitor, Destiny 2 didn’t do after so much time after its release. This is one reason we believe that Division 2 is going to be the most complete, feature-rich, balanced online loot shooter RPG.

The Division 2 is set for release in 2019, possibly before April of next year. It will be available on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 like its predecessor with a Nintendo Switch version possibility being almost close to zero.

Until then, here are 10 things that The Division 2 must have to dominate Destiny 2: