After a long dry spell, new content is coming to Tom Clancy’s The Division 2. Season 9 introduces a new PvE game mode. We give you an overview.
On May 12, the new content of . was updated Tom Clancy’s The Division 2. Season 9: Hidden Alliance also brings with it a new PvE mode, which marks the highlight of Game Update 15. The new season is open to all players who own the “The Warlords of New York” expansion.
The new season continues The Division’s story and brings agents back on the heels of their mission to defeat a former leader turned traitor. Captain Lewis is the new target and you must gather information to take out four real high-ranking sons before you can face him on your own. Season 9 marks the first of the three seasons set to appear later this year.
Countdown is a co-op mode for eight players. You will be sent to the power plant and you will have 15 minutes to install it and prevent shutdown. Deployed into two teams of four, the agents start at different locations on the map and must work together to complete the challenge. There are some familiar enemies waiting to be repelled to secure the power plant. Finally, the team must call the evacuation helicopter before time runs out.
In addition, a new feature called “Technical Knowledge” allows you to improve your equipment in areas such as damage, armor, and skills. You can build knowledge with items – the more items you use, the higher your level will be.
There will also be new weapons and equipment, including a Heartbreaker set and exotic items. You can also get new Twitch Drops from eligible streams from May 12 to May 31. If you haven’t got The Division 2 yet, you can enjoy a free weekend from May 13-15 on Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PS5, PS4, Luna, Stadia, and PC (Epic Games Store, Ubisoft Connect) . .
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