Since its debut at E3 2018, the developers behind the The Division 2 have focused on the sequel’s endgame. It’s a recurring topic for many online looter-shooters such as Destiny and Anthem, as it’s often seen as the make-or-break point for a game’s long term success. That’s something the developers of the original Division know all too well. Players who finished its vanilla campaign inevitably hit a slump, leading to a repetitive cycle. Ubisoft eventually overhauled much of the game’s mechanics and added in new encounters–leading to an impressive post-launch life for The Division. However, many players still burned out by the original release missed out on the revival once other games came around.
With the sequel, Ubisoft is taking steps to ensure that it won’t fall into the same traps as the original, while also giving the campaign a greater sense of purpose. We recently spent some time getting an early look at the game’s upcoming private beta–playable February 7-10–which offers a tease for what’s to come in the early hours of the campaign and the late-game content that follows. After you’ve established yourself in The Division 2’s turbulent setting of post-outbreak Washington D.C. during the campaign, things take a more chaotic turn after the conclusion, forcing you to defend what you’ve built up in the expanded endgame.
It’s a good time to be a fan of competitive gaming. This week is going to be absolutely packed with things to watch, with a range of competitions spread out across some of the hottest games in the world. In fact, it’s likely one of the busiest e-sports weeks of the year, despite the fact that we’re still only in February. The major events include the debut of the Overwatch League’s second season, a secretive Fortnite tournament that could provide a glimpse at the game’s upcoming World Cup, and the very first Apex Legends competition.
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Other games news: Total War: Three Kingdoms has been delayed from March 7 to May 23, to make more time to ensure “this is the Total War experience that you’ve come to expect”. Interestingly, developer Creative Assembly says the delay means the next Total War: Warhammer II DLC – expected to be a Legendary Lord pack for the Skaven and Lizardmen – will arrive before Three Kingdoms, which narrows the release window somewhat.