Ubisoft has revealed a launch goal for The Division 2.
In Ubisoft’s earnings report for the total fiscal 12 months, the writer revealed a number of early particulars about its launch schedule for fiscal 12 months 2019. The Division 2 was one of many three video games the corporate expects to ship between now and the top of March 2019.
The opposite two being The Crew 2, and an unannounced AAA title. This primarily means The Division 2 will both launch later this 12 months, or early subsequent 12 months.
However that’s not all, throughout a post-earnings name with buyers, Ubisoft shared some particulars about its plans for The Division 2. Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot stated that the varied improvement groups are working to have extra content material obtainable for gamers on day one than the primary sport.
Put up-launch, new content material might be added rapidly and in bigger portions to maintain gamers happy. “We have been shocked somewhat bit by how briskly folks consumed content material on [The Division 1],” Guillemot stated.
One other half the decision touched on was end-game content material in The Division 2. Ubisoft is conscious that the unique’s sport’s end-game was lacklustre, and it’s planning to have a extra partaking end-game for gamers within the sequel.
“Very clearly what we name the end-game half was one thing that [The Division 1] might have improved, and we consider that we’ve received it now [in The Division 2],” Ubisoft CFO Alain Martinez revealed.
Martinez additionally reiterated Huge’s unique message on the announcement of The Division 2, in that the studio is utilizing the all information and studying it gained all through the event and fixed refinement of the primary sport to make The Division 2 a greater sport out of the gate.
The Division 2’s full reveal will happen at Ubisoft’s E3 2018 press briefing on June 11.