The Start Date for Season 11 of The Division 2 is Postponed
The release of the 11th season of content for The Division 2 has been pushed back, leaving fans with a longer wait. Despite this, it appears that the video game is still in a good state.
When The Division 2 was initially launched back in 2019, an expansion and ten seasons of content were released. Last month, the PC version of the game, which had previously been an exclusive for Ubisoft Connect and the Epic Games Store, had a Steam port. On September 13, 2022, the tenth season, titled “The Price of Power,” was released on the other platforms, boasting new gear, weapons, and other features. Season 11 was planned to launch on February 7, but that ended up not happening.
A tweet from the The Division 2 development team disclosed that Season 11 is postponed from its intended February 7 launch due to delays in localization. As of now, there is no determined date for the release, but they will communicate it once they have it. It is uncertain what effects this delay might have on the plans that were outlined when Ubisoft revealed year 5 content for The Division 2.
During the past few months, Ubisoft has been facing numerous problems throughout its different development studios. A number of the company’s future releases appear to be in jeopardy, and seven of these titles have been terminated within seven months. Ubisoft is still devoted to several highly anticipated launches, yet some of the enthusiasm that used to come with its new releases appears to have diminished. Hopefully, the group working on The Division 2 will be able to fix the localization issues and continue providing new material for the game, particularly after Ghost Recon Frontline was canceled.
Despite the cancellations and postponements, Ubisoft is still planning to release a lot of content. Fans are anticipating the launch of The Crew: Motorfest, which is due next year, as well as new releases in the Far Cry and Assassin’s Creed series. The Division 2 still has potential for a long future, and if the slight delay helps the game and its players, then it’s a worthwhile sacrifice. There’s still much to do in the Washington D.C. world of the game, even without the “Reign of Fire” the upcoming season is named after.
The Division 2 is now accessible on PC, PS4, and Xbox One gaming consoles.