Division 2 was released in 2019, and despite improving almost everything compared to the first game, including combat, mission structure and progression, the game played worse than Ubisoft. However, dedicated players still support it, and this support has convinced Ubisoft to continue developing new content for 2021.
In a post on the game’s official Twitter account, Ubisoft said it had reversed course after previously planning not to develop more major updates for The Division 2.
“Some of you had noticed that Title Update 1
Division 2 certainly had less extensive work needed to improve it after launch than another open-world shooter from Ubisoft: Ghost Recon Breakpoint. Buggy and with role-playing elements included that did not fit the franchise, it received a critical thrashing and poor sales which led to Ubisoft offering a mode called “The Ghost Experience” with more traditional shooting games.
Division 2 is also not the only project developer Ubisoft Massive is working with. The studio is also making an open world Star World game, as well as a project based on James Cameron’s Avatar. We know very little about one, but the Star Wars project sounds like it’s not coming out soon. Previously, EA had exclusively released new Star Wars games on consoles, and despite this change, they will continue to release Star Wars games with Ubisoft.
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