Originally scheduled for April 25th, the next huge content update for Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 was delayed by Ubisoft. The company announced that Title Update 3 will be launched sometime in May instead.
In an official blog post by Ubisoft, the company revealed that the company wants to make sure that everything is in order before the update’s official release. According to the company, the general players feedback about Title Update 2 and Tidal Basin was positive, but there were some who didn’t really like the overall tuning.
In light of that, Ubisoft has decided to postpone their latest update. However, Ubisoft didn’t reveal the exact day on which the update is to hit the live servers and instead told that the release date will be based on the further testing and balancing results.
If you’re saddened by the news, don’t be. If you own The Division 2, you can hop right into Public Test Server (PTS) through your Uplay account and join the ranks of testers. However, it’s worth mentioning that the newest raid won’t be a part of the PTS experience, because the developer wants to retain the balance and fresh experience for all.
If you haven’t been following the news regarding the new content in The Division 2, we have you covered. The main feature in Title Update 3 will be Operation Dark Hours. It’s an 8-player Raid which, according to Ubisoft, will work as the game’s biggest challenge to date. The update will also include a lot of balance changes that are coming to both PvE and PvP.
You can read the full development update here.