The Division 2 Title Update 11 detailed, and cross generation play confirmed

Ubisoft has confirmed details of The Division 2’s next two title updates, those being 11 and 12. The company has more details to share about title update 11 confirming that it will release on September 22nd. When it launches Season 3 will begin adding missions to hunt down the BTSU leader, new events to take part in, new weapons to use, and new gear to equip. Alongside the new mission a new PVE mode is being added, and that is called The Summit. In The Summit, players will fight up 100 floors of a building encountering all the factions found in The Division 2. It will be accessible to everyone who has reached level 40, and completed Warlords of New York.

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Title update 11 will also add appearance mods giving even more customisation options for character gear. The new gear and weapons that will be added include Belstone Armory & Hunter’s Fury brand sets, the Backfire Exotic Submachine Gun and the Memento Exotic Backpack.  Hazard protection will also be buffed along with other balances and bug fixes being implemented.

Title update 12 is where some of the big announcements lie though. That will be the start of season 4 and in that season players will be hunting down Faye Lau. A release date for title update 12 is yet to be confirmed. One of the big announcements is that The Division 2 will support cross generational play. That means The Division 2 players on PS4 will be able to play with those on PS5, and the same will go for those on Xbox One and the Xbox Series X/S consoles. The Division 2 will be playable on PS5 and Xbox Series X/S as a backwards compatible title.

Finally, Ubisoft also announced the Limited Special Event called Codename: Nightmare. Players will be working their way through Kenly College this winter, but details on what the event will entail is yet to be confirmed.

Source: Ubisoft

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  1. The Summit sounds like it could be fun. Who doesn’t want to fight their way up a tall building? People have already been making the comparison to various films.

    It’s also kind of a common RPG thing. Massive tower, boss fights every 10 levels, slaughter your way through everything on the way and be grateful for checkpoints and not having to start on the ground floor each time.

    No news on a next-gen version though? Other than you can play the PS4 version on a PS5 and play with players on both consoles. Which isn’t really news, is it? PS5 players would be playing the PS4 version, so of course they can play with PS4 players.

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