Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 was initially launched by Ubisoft on February 7, 2019 on all major platforms of that time, including Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, and even the now-defunct Google Stadia. The game has been live on the Epic Games Store since day one, but Steam users have been missing out on playing the title until now.
In an interesting turn of events that did, however, take some time to get kicked into motion, Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 will be making landfall on Steam on 12 Jan, 2023. The listing on the popular PC gaming storefront is live and now accessible as well.
- Tom Clancy‘s The Division 2 is one of the most fun looter-shooters you’ll play in a while, amassing critical acclaim due to not one but a number of gameplay-centric reasons.
- The game was released in 2019 for multiple platforms. However, as far as PC was concerned, interested people only had the options of purchasing The Division 2 either through the Epic Games Store or the official Ubsioft launcher.
- Now, however, the developers have decided to make a return to Steam. The popular Valve storefront has Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 listed already, stating a release date of 12 January 2023.
Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 is one of the most critically acclaimed games coming out of Ubisoft‘s headquarters, featuring a dynamic gameplay system where the world constantly evolves with your decision-making ability. The title serves as a direct sequel to the 2016-released Tom Clancy’s The Division.
The Steam page that just went live for The Division 2 is nothing too fancy. You’ll find it offering the usual, including a number of prominent in-game feature, minimum and recommended PC specifications to run the title, and an 18+ PEGI rating as well for all that the game has got going for itself.
Under the “More Info” section of the listing, it’s easy to find that all the latest content for The Division 2 will be carrying over to Steam as well, especially the Ultimate Edition that comes with a number of goodies.
Talk about the base game, the Warlords of New York expansion, a level 30 boost that makes you eligible to play the aforementioned DLC, an exclusive emote and outfit, unique specializations, and other perks.
It’s been said that Ubisoft halted efforts to make their games come live on Steam. Speculation surrounding the matter was adamant on the fact that Steam takes a higher percentage of commission on a game’s sales as compared to other storefronts, say the Epic Games Store.
Now, however, things seem to be back on track for Ubisoft and Steam, as The Division 2 arrives at Valve’s most prominent PC game launcher early next year.
In case you missed it, the developers released a title update 15 that marked the beginning of Season 9 for the famous RPG, bringing forth a new game mode called Countdown among other notable changes.
At the end of the day, the title in question happens to be one of the best open-world PS5 games to play in 2022, thanks to its gripping gameplay, dark setting, and an incredibly enthralling post-apocalyptic setting.
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