The Division 2: Warlords Of New York Launches Season Two

Today, Tom Clancy's The Division 2: Warlords Of New York will officially launch Season Two onto the Ubisoft servers. Players will now have a brand new three-month-long campaign to entertain them as you will now have to infiltrate and put an end to a new rough cell group as they try to continue the plans left behind by Aaron Keener. You can read more about it below and check out the trailer before diving into the fray!

The Division 2 Receives New Info On Season Two & Update Ten
Credit: Ubisoft

In Season 2 – Keener's Legacy, Division Agents are tasked to take on a new rogue cell and stop them from continuing the plan left by Aaron Keener. To get to the prime target – codename: Hornet, a Rogue Agent that players thought to have taken down outside the Russian Consulate in the first game – Agents must gather intel by bringing down each of the four agents within his network. New targets will be available every three weeks, but Agents will have until the end of the Season to take them all down.

Much like Season 1, Season 2 will give players the chance to unlock unique rewards, including two new exotics, a skill variant and a gearset. Players with the Warlords of New York expansion can play Season 2 for free and can purchase a Season 2 Pass to earn additional rewards for their progression. The Pass also offers more opportunities to unlock Season specific gear and exclusive vanity items such as a unique Season outfit. Other in-game activities will continue in Season 2 as well, including:

  • Leagues: A series of challenges for players, with opportunities to unlock rewards based on players' ability to complete challenges
  • Global Events: Time-limited in-game events during which a global modifier is applied to the entire game and players will be rewarded for completing specific tasks

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