Officially announced on Twitch a few moments ago, the new Division 2 expansion pack looks set to not only take players back to NYC, but also introduce all new systems to address most player concerns.

In terms of videos, there's 3 in total showcasing the expansion:

As for the expansion itself, it's offering:

  • A gripping new story, hunting down your nemesis'

  • A level 30 boost, allowing you to jump right into the Warlords of New York campaign

  • A new open world in New York

  • A revamped progression system with a level cap increased to 40

  • New tactical options: exotics, gears, and skills

  • An extended endgame, including thematic three-month seasons Tom Clancy’s The Division®️ 2 Warlords of New York is a narrative expansion to Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 and requires the base game to be accessed."

The Ultimate Edition also includes:

  • The base game

  • The Warlords of New York expansion

  • A level 30 boost, allowing you to jump right into the Warlords of New York campaign

  • The instant unlock of all 6 endgame specializations

  • 8 exclusive Classified assignments missions

  • The Battleworn secret service pack

  • The First Responder pack

  • The Elite Agent pack

  • 1 exclusive emote

  • 1 exclusive outfit

Seasons are set to arrive, and will will bring Manhunts to the cities of The Division 2. There'll also be new challenges that aim to keep players invested (a bit like a season pass). The player level cap is increasing from 30 to 40, alongside an "infinite progression system" called the SHD Level. Finally, there'll be four new skills, more new weapons and gear, as well as changes to the Dark Zone.

If you play The Division 2, its prologue for the expansion begins tomorrow. You'll be able to travel to Coney Island and participate in The Hunt, which brings with it two main missions, two “classified assignments”, a new Specialization and more.


To read the latest guides, news, and features you can visit our The Division 2 Game Page.

Last Updated: Feb 11, 2020

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