The Division 2 Will Allow You To Upgrade The White House

The Division 2 will let you use the White House as your base of operation and you will be able to upgrade it as you progress through the game. This is not something that we have not seen in the previous game. We had the medical wing, tech wing and security wing in the previous game and we might get something similar in The Division 2 as well. According to the devs:

In The Division 2, through the campaign, you’ll be able to upgrade the White House as your base of operation. In the beginning, the White House wants to be destroyed.

While there is much that we don’t know about The Division 2, there are a few things that we would like to see in the game. We want to see dialogues with the NCS and the ability to talk to them at random. Other than that I would like to see customization for the base of operations, in this case, the White House.

We should get the ability to change our room, provided that we have one in the Whitehouse. Character customization was great in the previous game, so that should be great as it is. Some more character customizations are always appreciated.

Traders need to have new gear and weapons each time they appear. While the weekly refresh was cool in the previous game, we need to have more options to buy games and get special gear and weapons. That is something that Ubisoft needs to work on. Mini-games like poker would not be too much to ask for either. I am sure that this is something the fans will appreciate.

A book concerning the lore of the game has also been released and it is something that you should check out if you need to know about the lore, or if you are a fan of the game. We have also learned that the DLC won’t be timed exclusives like the last time. For more information regarding The Division 2, stay tuned to SegmentNext.

Let us know what you think about The Division 2 and whether or not you are interested in playing the game when it comes out.

Sarmad is our Senior Editor, and is also one of the more refined and cultured among us. He's 25, a finance major, and having the time of his life writing about videogames.