Division 2 Patch Coming Next Week To Prepare For Warlords Season 2 Launch

Ubisoft is preparing loads of quality-of-life improvements and laying the groundwork for the long-awaited second raid.


Ubisoft has announced the next major update for The Division 2, which will add a new load of endgame content and prepare for the long-awaited second raid. The Title Update 10 will start to roll out on June 16 and then Warlords of New York Season 2 will launch on June 23.

A wide array of improvements and fixes will be available immediately with the update. Those include improvements to gear set and brand sets, increased damage for nearly all weapons, increased loot quality and crafted item quality, better vendor stock, and major balance and bug fixes.

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Now Playing: Everything New in The Division 2: Warlords of New York Expansion

Season 2 will pit your Division agents against a new faction that is continuing Aaron Keener's plans. You'll be able to unlock two new exotics, a new skill variant, and gear set. You'll need to own the Warlords of New York expansion to take part in Season 2, and Warlords owners can also grab a Season 2 Pass for extra progression rewards. Season 1 progression will end on June 15.

Operation Iron Horse, the game's second raid, will drop sometime during Season 2. It will task teams of eight to take on its challenges and earn exclusive rewards for both Level 30 and Level 40 players. An exact release date for the raid hasn't been announced. Season 2 will also introduce Leagues and time-limited Global Events with special modifiers.

Warlords of New York is the first major expansion for The Division 2, taking the game back to New York City after the second game featured Washington DC as the setting. It continues the story and adds much more end-game content, and came alongside a series of quality-of-life improvements for all players.

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