Division 2 It’s been a long time waiting for its next big update now – and it turns out the game is going to wait even longer until a huge new drop in content appears in the shared world shooter.
In a call with investors following the disclosure of Ubisoft’s third quarter fiscal 2020-21 results last February, Ubisoft said new content from The Division was supposed to be in road in 2021 and 2022. It looks like the publisher may have spoken too soon, however, like this week, the French company has announced that it will push the content decline until next February to ensure that ‘it is delivered’ on par with [its] vision”.
âEarlier this year, we shared our commitment to continue supporting The Division 2,â a statement read. âSince then, we’ve been iterating on the plans variously and actively challenged ourselves not to compromise the quality and ambitions of this new content.
âWe remain confident that this content will provide an exciting experience for our players and pave the way for the future of The Division 2 with future title updates coming in 2022. This additional time will allow our passionate development team to provide the best quality for it. New content. Of course, in the meantime we will continue to support the game and work on the most pressing issues live. “
Despite the new delay, the company believes it is “too early to share all the details” on “the studio’s most ambitious. [update] to date. âStill, starting October 28, we’ll start receiving live broadcasts, detailing what to expect when the new content arrives.
If you’re hungry for something a little more substantial, don’t worry: Ubisoft will have a glowing reveal of the next update in January 2022.
âTo make sure we’re building the best experience,â explained Ubisoft. “We will also be running a dedicated PTS period on PC to collect your feedback and help us put the finishing touches on before release.”
Ubisoft has been making a lot of the late announcements recently. Over the summer, the company delayed Riders Republic and Rainbow Six Extraction for several months, and many of its games still don’t have a release date.
For now, we can all enjoy the idea of ââanother big update for a pre-existing game arriving at the same time as Elden Ring, Dying Light 2, Horizon Forbidden West, Saints Row, the Witch Queen expansion. of Destiny 2 and many more. . Beautiful.