E3 2019: Division 2 Episodes 1-3 announced, new raid coming

The Division 2 will be receiving a new raid this year along with three new episodes to expand the world.

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Announced on the Ubisoft stage at E3 2019 are three new episodes coming to The Division 2. These three episodes look to expand the world and universe, taking the game to new heights. Check out the teaser trailer for Episode 3 of The Division 2 below!

With three episodes coming to The Division 2, there should be plenty of adventures for players to go on. The first planned episode looks to take placed to the wild outskirts of DC with the task being to search for a presidential bunker. What waits in this bunker is anyone’s guess, but you will no doubt need to keep your wits about you.

Episode two takes a different spin, instead of going outside the city, you strike inwards. Players will need to secure the Pentagon, one of North America’s most important buildings. In this episode for The Division 2, the Pentagon has come under attack by enemy factions, and it’s up to you to stop them and prevent them from gaining important information.

Not a whole lot has been revealed about the third episode coming to The Division 2. Even the above teaser is fairly tight-lipped about what’s involved. However, during the Ubisoft press conference, the developers were able to confirm that it would be a deadly manhunt.

Players looking for more of a challenge should be happy to hear that The Division 2 will be receiving its second raid. This new endgame content is scheduled to arrive this fall, which gives you plenty of time to get your affairs in order and ensure your kit is min-maxed to perfection.

The Ubisoft press conference was full of surprises that should make many gamers happy. If you missed some of the announcements, be sure to take a look at the Ubisoft page, as it contains everything you need to know.

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