Ubisoft and Massive Entertainment have announced today a lot of great news for fans. The game – The Division 2: Warlords of New York will receive a new expansion with a new chapter in the story. The addition will come on March 3, 2020, and you can buy it for $29.99. Further development will bring new content, scenes, and action to the game. Let’s see what all is about.
The Division 2: Warlords of New York – New Content
In the The Division 2: Warlords of New York, you will see our characters returning to the lower Manhattan. There they will battle with Aaron Keener. If you remember from the first game, Aaron Keener is the agent who created a biological attack in that area. Of course, the goal is to defeat Kenner and his gang. But taking Keener out is not that simple, because the Rikers gang guards him.
Besides the Rikers gang, you will have to deal with some sorts of Assasin’s Creed officers that are protecting Keener. You will face Vivian Conley, Javier Kajika, James Dragov, and Theo Parnell. Don’t get your hopes up to soon, because each officer has a unique battle style and features. Also, if you succeed in eliminating each officer, you will learn about their skills, and it can help you to set them apart. Some of them will have the Shock Traps skill or the Hologram Decoys.
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Also, you will see the characters getting help from Alani Kelso, Paul Rhodes, and Faye Lau. Together they will create a base operation in New York City. Also, now you can pet dogs. The main task in this story is to restore order in Manhattan and bring along the heroes from the first game and the agents of New York City.
Finally, The Division 2: Warlords of New York will introduce you to a revamp of the Dark Zone, simple mechanics, and rewards for players. Plus, new targets, global events, new weapons, and gears. If you want more of the next expansion, you can buy a bundle for one year, and all the content from The Division 2: Warlords of New York is available for you.
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