Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 Is Getting A New Endgame Mode

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Tom Clancy's The Division 2
Tom Clancy's The Division 2

For fans of Massive Entertainment and Ubisoft’s “The Division 2,” there’s going to be a new endgame mode for players who own the Warlord of New York DLC.

Ubisoft announced on their most recent “State of the Game” stream that one of the future updates will be getting a 100-story roguelike endgame mode. If this at all sounds familiar, then you’re most likely fans of the major massively multiplayer online role-playing games on the market today: Final Fantasy XIV.

Final Fantasy XIV has a game mode called Heaven-on-High. Players can bring three other teammates into a roguelike tower with them to ascend. Each floor is different. That means no two floors are the same. The same concept is coming to The Division 2.

In Tom Clancy’s The Division 2, players can attempt to tackle the content alone or bring along teammates to clear a 100-level tower. The 100 levels are split into 10 groups of 10 floors. Every 10 floors, players will encounter a boss. There are no objectives, or anything players will need to clear every floor. No floor will be the same when you come back into the tower.

Only the more hardcore players will clear all 100 levels in one go. That’s why Ubisoft ensured there will be a way to save progress every 10 floors in case the gaming session is over. If the party happens to get killed, they will respawn at a checkpoint, an elevator every three floors.

As players get higher in the tower, they’re going to experience more challenging difficulties. There won’t just be rogue agents; there may be stronger enemies such as hunters. However, the developers have neither confirmed nor denied it. Playing on the test server starts September 4th, which means the Summit, this randomly-generated 100-floor raid content, should be available sometime soon.

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Michael Langdon
I write about video games, television, movies and the internet.
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