Ubisoft has just announced the launch title update of The Division 2 with The Summit Mode. Players can now enjoy the latest features of the new update, where all the players that participate will be rewarded at the launch of Title Update 11.
In addition, The Division 2 Summit Grand Opening celebration will include a free weekend on all platforms, a Twitch Drop campaign and an exclusive Twitch Bounty Board.
- Free Weekend: From September 24 to September 28, The Division 2 will be free to play on the Xbox One family of devices, including the Xbox One X, PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, Epic Games, UPLAY and Stadia.
- Twitch Drops: Alongside the Grand Opening of The Summit, Twitch Drops are back, allowing fans to receive drops from their favorite Twitch streamers who are streaming The Division 2 on their platform. Twitch Drops will be available until October 6. Twitch Drop rewards include three Legacy Caches and an exclusive milkshake backpack trophy.
- Twitch Bounty Board: From September 24th to October 6th, all Twitch Streamers from the UK, Germany or France will be able to participate in the first The Division 2 Bounty Board. All participating streamers will get a free key including both The Division 2 + Warlords of New-York and will get rewarded if matching the Bounty Board criteria.
Ubisoft has earlier revealed the content of Title Update 11, which includes the new Summit mode in Warlords of New York. Playing in squads or solo, The Summit will take Division Agents to a high-rise building, where they can scale up to 100 floors of action. Players will face different challenges and enemies on each floor as they progress toward the rooftop, where a special battle awaits.
In addition, the update will also launch Season 3, which features a new manhunt, as players will target Bardon Schaeffer, the elusive leader of the Black Tusk as he recruits four disavowed agents to form and lead a new rogue cell.
Title Update 11 also comes with major improvements and core changes. Post your comments below.
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