Ferocious data mining is usually to be expected for popular games and The Division 2 is no exception as one dedicated player found a few bits of information on Dark Hours, the first raid Ubisoft and Massive Entertainment will release.
The Division 2 has launched to positive reception so far as Ubisoft and Massive Entertainment provided a ton of content for players to enjoy, even without the full endgame. Apparently, the reason for not releasing World Tier 5 and the Dark Hours raid is because they didn't want players to go in undergeared and underprepared, especially since not everyone started playing on 12 March 2019.
This content is still due out soon, and one Redditor posted his findings after data mining for The Division 2 info. Aside from the name of the raid, they found the asset, the location which will be Arlington Island as well as a list of trophies and objectives.
One of the trophies revealed this will be proper hardcore content, much like in the old days of World of Warcraft, with raids taking on a form of a gaming marathon.
The trophy is called Relentless and it will require players to "make it through the bridge" in less than one hour. Considering the entry point to the raid is on Arlington Memorial Bridge, it is possible the raid will be much longer as the location states it takes place on the island and not just the bridge.
It will not be hardcore in time consumption only as the objectives suggest the raid of eight players will need to split into two teams and protect an asset as well as flank enemies so team coordination will be vital.
The appearance of the Hunters was already known as they are already present in the open world and have 12 cosmetic masks as drops, but they will be in Dark Hours as well. One of the trophies will apparently require players to get killed by a Hunter, get revived and then kill the same spooky agent predator.
We haven't posted the full list of objectives and trophies as some of them can contain mild spoilers, so if you want to check them out yourself, the is available on Reddit, along with the bonus mission info bits.
Keep in mind this is data mining with no official confirmation from Massive or Ubisoft so the info might not be completely accurate.