The Division 2: Iron Horse Raid Now Live For Non-Expansion Players
The newly introduced Division 2 Raid has previously only been available for players with the latest expansion, but that's set to change soon.
The Division 2's expansion, Warlords of New York, is currently in Season 2, and has released a new Level 40 raid for top-level players. However, players who never jumped into the expansion but are still playing the game will not miss out, as the Iron Horse raid will have a Level 30 variant that will be made available to everyone very soon. [Update: Maintenance has concluded and the new, lower-requirement version of the Iron Horse raid is now available for all players.]
At 12:30 AM PT on July 7, The Division 2's servers will briefly go down for maintenance. The game will be unavailable for three hours, and when it returns the Level 30 version of the Iron Horse raid will be available to all players, regardless of whether they own the DLC.
Agents,— The Division 2 (@TheDivisionGame) July 6, 2020
The servers will shut down for maintenance on Tuesday, July 7th at 09:30 CEST, 03:30 AM EDT, 12:30 AM PDT. This will open the level 30 version of Operation Iron Horse.
Estimated downtime is approximately 3 hours.
Details can be found here:
Iron Horse is all about taking on a True Sons manufacturing facility in a foundry, and Ubisoft has designed it to be extremely challenging, no matter how geared-up and prepared your group is.
This maintenance downtime will also address a few other minor issues in the game. Here's the complete list.
- Opening the Level 30 version of Operation Iron Horse
- Fixed an issue allowing players to become invincible by talking to NPCs with the shield equipped.
- Fixed an issue causing players to get stuck in the Season Tab
- Fixed an issue where the Season Pass Project would not reset properly.
If you haven't played the game in a little while and want to jump back in for this raid, it's worth familiarizing yourself with everything added in Update 10 first.
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