Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 endgame content teased in new trailer

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Ubisoft has released a new trailer offering us a glimpse at the endgame content of Tom Clancy’s The Division 2.

“Saving D.C. is just the beginning,” reads the tagline of Ubisoft’s page dedicated to endgame content in Tom Clancy’s The Division 2. This sort of approach to a game like Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 is nothing new to those who played its predecessor or any other title that embraces the “games as a service” mentality (Destiny, Warframe, etc.).

While The Division 2 will feature a story that’ll reportedly take approximately 40 hours to fully experience, a game like this is meant to be enjoyed long after. This is where the importance of a fleshed-out endgame comes into play.

In order to keep players engaged with the game beyond those initial 40 hours, Ubisoft has developed what appears to be a robust endgame filled with content that’ll appeal to both fans of PvE and PvP.

Ubisoft has previously outlined what this new endgame will include (challenges, game modes, high-end rewards), but now the developer has released a trailer that actually shows some of what you can expect to see.

As you can see, between PvP, co-op activities and clans, there’s a lot to explore beyond the main campaign. And it starts with the arrival of the Black Tusk, the professionally, trained and ruthless PMC-type faction that was designed to “eliminated Washington’s last line of defense.”

The Black Tusk will carry out a militarized invasion, establishing Strongholds throughout the city that you and your squad will have to take out. The Black Tusk will also carry out random attacks throughout the main city and the Dark Zones.

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Not only is the Black Tusk highly trained, but they are heavily armed as well with powerful weapons, heavy armor, high-tech gadgets and advanced technology.

It seems like an unfair fight, but once you hit the level cap, you’ll be able to choose a specialization. There are three specializations in The Division 2 (Sharpshooter, Survivalist and Demolitionist) and the trailer gives us a glimpse of each class’s exclusive signature weapon.

Of course, The Division 2‘s endgame content will continue to expand well beyond what is offered at launch through a mix off of free and paid DLC. Ubisoft previously commented that post-launch content for The Division 2 will offer something for everyone. As a reminder, The Division 2 will be getting a year’s worth of content for free in the form of three “Episode” releases.

Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 is set to launch on March 15, 2019, for Xbox One, PS4 and PC. An Open Beta will run from March 1 through March 4.