Ubisoft rolled out more details at its E3 2018 press conference about The Division 2, which is set to hit the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC next year. The shared world shooter from Ubisoft Massive is building off the 2016 release with the promise of a bigger game world, an upgraded end-game progression system, and the introduction of raids to test a large group of players' ability to work together.
The Division 2 will move both the setting and the time of year when it releases in March 2019. The online shooter will take to the streets of Washington, D.C., seven months after the virus that crippled New York City in the original game was released.
The virus has been contained but the capitol of the United States and the government that runs it has been devastated. There are multiple enemy factions attempting to take control of the city and the nation. It is up to the sleeper agents of The Division to defend Washington, D.C., and the civilians residing there.