Shortly after the email was sent round to customers, Ubisoft issued a retraction apologising for the "offensive" subject line which refers to the recent United States federal government shutdown under Donald Trump.
"A marketing email promoting Tom Clancy's The Division 2 was sent in error today". While the gameplay aims to fix issues players had with the original, statements from one of the game's creative directors about the narrative are frustrating.
Player will get access to two main missions, available in Story, Normal and Hard Mode, five side missions and additional activities in the open world, PvPvE gameplay in one of the three new Dark Zones, and PvP gameplay in one Conflict mode, Skirmish. Finally, on the 8th of February at 9AM GMT, The Division 2 beta will be updated with an endgame mission, to give players a taste of what's to come after finishing the campaign.More news: 2 killed, 3 hospitalized after small plane crashes into Orange County neighborhood
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Are you excited for the Private Beta? Preloading will be available 24 hours before the beta is set to begin; for example, if you're on PST, you can start preloading on Wednesday, February 6 at 1am. Players will experience gameplay at the level cap of 30 and unlock brand new Survivalist, Sharpshooter or Demolitionist specializations. The entire beta will run through the weekend and end on February 11 at 1:00 a.m. PT. Ubisoft was quick to correct, however, and has since delivered an email apology.
The Division 2 is set to launch on March 15, 2019, for Xbox One, PS4 and PC.