The Division 2's received significant post-launch content since releasing in 2019. After adding an endgame mode in Summit earlier this year - alongside reintroducing loot and gear from past seasons - many have anticipated the game's next update.
Initially expected this fall, Ubisoft has confirmed Season 8's been delayed. As stated on the French company's website, this next major expansion now launches in February 2022 instead.
The Division 2’s Getting a Major Update Next February
While details remain minimal, the forthcoming patch is said to be one of the title's "most ambitious to date". A new game mode and further endgame features has also been teased. More details on the season's content will be officially revealed in January, a month before the patch drops:
The reveal of the new Season and its associated content, including the new game mode, will happen in January 2022.
Ubisoft also confirmed the Intelligence Annex Initiative is making a comeback. Through regular episodes, in-depth articles on the development team's progress will be showcased on a weekly basis. This Thursday marks the first entry of the scheme's reintroduction, discussing changes made in the Specialization Revamp patch.
Global events also return in December as part of Season 7's End of Watch run. Brand new rewards and loot will accompany the fan-favourite game mode's arrival.
Alongside The Division 2, Ubisoft's expanding the Tom Clancy brand with a host of other content. Free-to-play titles like Ghost Recon: Frontline and Tom Clancy's XDefiant were recently revealed, while Rainbow Six: Extraction is launching this January. The Division: Heartland is also in production, with the free-to-play experience receiving a beta test very soon.