Ubisoft have shared an updated The Division 2 roadmap today, confirming the release dates for Season 10 and Season 11 as well as announcing Year 5 of content.
In today's stream on Twitch , we got an updated The Division universe roadmap, and a confirmation for the Season 10 and Season 11 release dates, which are launching in September and December, respectively.
Season 10 was supposed to launch on August 30, but got delayed by a couple of weeks so don't take these new release dates as set in stone since there's a chance more delays are on the way.
Sadly, there is still no sign of the long-awaited specialisation revamp as Ubisoft reveal that this important update has been delayed again and won't release with Season 10 or Season 11.
The specialisation revamp was supposed to launch in Season 9 but the dev team pushed the update further into 2022, promising that they will introduce these changes sometime in Year 4.
As things stand, the specialisations rework may not launch before Year 5 since the publisher said they will only release this update when they are "absolutely satisfied" with the quality of the changes.
All in all, The Division 2 players will be getting plenty of new content in the coming months including new Manhunts, gear and weapons, Apparel Events, a new PvE game mode and much more.
However, we can all agree that today's stream lacked the big news that players were hoping to get. Perhaps the first look into Year 5 content? A big new expansion or something else that would get fans of this franchise excited for the future.
Hopefully, we will get to see more of that in one of the next Agent Briefings.
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