Recently, Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot said that despite the fact that its Massive studio is presently building up another open-world Star Wars game, it will likewise keep on chipping away at its other open-world shooter arrangement, The Division.
“The Massive studio is an enormous studio, and they are likewise teaming up with heaps of studios everywhere on the world,” he told examiners in a quarterly monetary call. “You will see more on The Division this year and the year after.”
Today the studio formally dedicated to that guarantee, saying in a message on Twitter that the as of late delivered title update 12 for The Division 2 was proposed to be the game’s last significant update, “however on account of your proceeded with help, we are currently in the beginning phases of improvement for the new substance to deliver later in 2021. ”
“While it is still too soon to go into more subtleties today, you will not need to stand by excessively long, as we will share more in a hurry,” the message says. “Meanwhile, we again need to send an ardent thank you for your proceeded with help through The Division 2 post-dispatch period. We can’t pressure sufficient how much this way to us.”
Title update 12 went live in December and commenced the fourth period of Division 2, distinctly entitled End of Watch.
On the off chance that that is not exactly adequately on the button, the season is worked around the arrival of Faye Lau, an NPC in The Division who turns sour and joins Black Tusk in Division 2. I haven’t played it myself yet perusing the wiki, it sounds a lot of a “end the circle” kind of thing — a decent method to wrap things up, all in all.
The studio additionally said that it’s as of now examining what seems like a really genuine accident bug, and is likewise near having a fix for missing volumetric haze and screen space reflections on the PlayStation 5.