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The Division 2 State of the Game Recap: Balance Changes Incoming With Title Update 9.1

The Division 2’s next big update is coming May 12, and this week’s State of the Game livestream gave players a preview of what’s changing when Title Update 9.1 arrives. With Game Designer Mackenzie Bates and Community Developer Chris Gansler in attendance, the stream delved into NPC balance changes, bug fixes, and more. Some highlights:

State of the Game streams on Twitch, Mixer and YouTube.


Maintenance was performed yesterday.


Title Update 9.1 is scheduled for May 12, and will include fixes for the following issues as the developers continue to work on the game’s health: The developers are still looking at further changes and adjustments, and the first pass includes the following:


Home League is currently in its second week.

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May 07, 2020 at 01:10


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The Division 2: State of the Game #158 - 06 May 2020 | Ubisoft [NA]


May 06, 2020 by Ubisoft North America


When the virus hit, The Division, a unit of civilian sleeper agents, was activated as the last line of defense.
Since then, Division agents have been fighting relentlessly to save what remains.
As a Division agent who has been in the field for seven months, you and your team are the last hope to stop the fall of society after the pandemic collapse.
Developed by Ubisoft Massive and the same teams that brought you Tom Clancy’s The Division®, Tom Clancy’s The Division® 2 is an online open world, action shooter RPG experience set in a collapsing and fractured Washington, D.C. This rich new setting combines a wide variety of beautiful, iconic, and realistic environments where the player will experience the series’ trademark for authenticity in world building, rich RPG systems, and fast-paced action like never before.
Play solo or co-op with a team of up to four players to complete a wide range of activities, from the main campaign and adversarial PvP matches to the Dark Zone – where anything can happen.
A TRANSFORMED WASHINGTON, D.C. In the wake of the virus, storms, flooding, and subsequent chaos have radically transformed Washington, D.C. Explore a living open world full of diverse environments, from flooded urban areas to historic sites and landmarks, during one of the hottest summers in history.
Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 was built with an “endgame-first” mentality, ensuring players always have access to fresh, unique, and diverse activities long after completing the main campaign.
Tom Clancy’s The Division 2’s endgame will introduce brand new challenges and progression systems, unique twists and surprises, and for the first time, raids.
Each specialization will open up an entire new progression system with new skills, mods, and unique talents to acquire and maximize your agent efficiency in your chosen role.
The various needs and motivations from each faction will collide, triggering different encounters between enemy and friendly factions, civilians, and ultimately you as an Agent, creating a dynamic living world full of surprises.
The Dark Zone is also the most dangerous area in the game, where fear, betrayal, and tension are high, as any other agent can turn against you and steal your hard-earned loot.
In Tom Clancy’s The Division 2, this playground was designed to provide a fair and exciting experience to all players, regardless of their level of progression.
The Division 2: State of the Game #158 - 06 May 2020 | Ubisoft [NA]