Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 has been out for over a month now, and it’s already received one big content update. Massive Entertainment originally planned for the game’s next update, and its first raid, to arrive on April 25, but the developer has now pushed that date back.
According to a post made on Ubisoft’s website, Massive chose to push back the release of what it’s calling Title Update 3, until May. Massive says it made the decision to ensure that the update and the Operation Dark Hours raid will be released in the best possible state for fans. “In order to fine-tune the balance of our game and to ensure the best possible player experience for everyone, we have decided to move the release of Title Update 3,” Massive said.
In what seems like a related decision, Massive also announced that as of April 17, all players that have access to The Division 2 on PC will also have access to the game’s Public Test Server (PTS). The test server will serve as a playground for Massive to test future updates to the game in hopes of getting player feedback on new content as well as some extra help with stability testing.
Title Update 3 and the raid will not be coming to the Test Server in hopes of allowing the community to experience the raid all at the same time. It’s unclear if this will be the plan going forward for future raids, but Massive says it will update players with more information about the PTS in the near future.
Massive will release The Division 2’s Title Update 3 content sometime in May. It’s unclear if the Operation Dark Hours raid will arrive at the same time or shortly after the update goes live.
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