The Division 2 is coming, Ubisoft just hasn't officially announced it yet

Rodiano Bonacci
Marzo 13, 2018

Like many of Ubisoft's core action franchises - Assassin's Creed, Far Cry, and other entries to the Tom Clancy universe - The Division 2 will be a multi-studio effort, spearheaded by Sweden's Massive Entertainment as before, with support from Ubisoft Red Storm in North Carolina, USA, Ubisoft Reflections in Newcastle, northeast England, and Ubisoft Annecy in the southeastern, Alpine region of France.

That would surely make it for a 1,000 people team, and also would allow us to understand how was it possible for Ubisoft to develop and ship TD2 this fast.

With the surprise announcement of The Division 2 last week comes news that the sequel to Ubisoft's shooter could be their biggest project yet.

On top of this, today we have a beefy rumor spread by GameReactor, which has apparently heard that The Division 2 is now in the making at a team of around 1,000 developers.

Ubisoft announces 'The Division 2' ahead of E3 reveal
The Division 2 is coming, Ubisoft just hasn't officially announced it yet

If true, it won't be surprising at all as Ubisoft wants to make sure mistakes from the first game aren't repeated. However, despite all these problems the game managed to keep players hooked for so long.

Action role-playing game The Division is being prepared for another six months of special events and an upcoming successor.

It is a good decision by Ubisoft if they choose to bring in more people for development to overcome The Division's launch issues and start the sequel from where the first game now stands in terms of development after update 1.8.

The Division 2 doesn't have any release date yet but it will release for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC sometime before March 2019.

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