The Division 2 has surely been receiving constant updates and DLC from Ubisoft. This time, the newest update is focused on addressing the lack of matchmaking in the Operation Dark Hours raid. If you are tired of trying to get a team together for a raid in forums or social media, your dilemma is finally over. The Division 2 now allows raid matchmaking. Along with this new feature for raid mode, there’s also additional improvements and two new missions.
As well, there’s a new difficulty setting for the Operation Dark Hours raid included in the D.C. Outskirts: Expeditions update. The new difficulty setting is called ‘Discovery‘. This difficulty level allows raid matchmaking. There’s a catch with this new mode though. Discovery won’t allow players to pick up the legendary loot that is available in Normal mode. Although, Ubisoft has promised that there’s going to be a “variety of great rewards” included in the Discovery difficulty.
Long gone is the need to build a team
According to Ubisoft, the new difficulty is intended to allow more players to enjoy The Division 2 in its entirety. Some players are not able to band enough friends together to enjoy the Operation Dark Hours raid. Now, with raid matchmaking that will no longer be a problem. Any player just has to sit in the lobby and wait for additional players to join in.
In addition, the D.C. Outskirts: Expeditions update also adds two new missions: Camp White Oak and Manning National Zoo. A new mode called Expeditions, which consists of three wings for players to beat on a weekly basis. After completing all three wings, players will be able to claim rewards from a treasure room.
The new update will be available to download on July 30th for all players and on July 23rd for those who are Year 1 pass holders.
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