Being an online multiplayer, an important part of Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 content is designed to be enjoyed in teams. However, Ubisoft recognizes that there are those who prefer to play on their own. That is why, those who want it, will have the option to experience the entire campaign for themselves.
In a conversation with AusGamers, Mathias Karlson, director of The Division 2, confirmed that the campaign and part of the end-game could be played as a single-player experience. That said, he also stressed that The Division 2 is made to be enjoyed by several people.
“You can play through the entire story campaign into end-game and [then the] end-game [content], alone. [But] you can also do the same content [in] two, three, or four player co-op. Or eight player co-op, two full groups in the raid if you opt into the challenge that we’re adding. So it’s very important for us that you get to pick,” he said.
While it’s unknown exactly how much The Division 2 content will be accessible to lone players, it’s good to see that Ubisoft is open to allowing much of the game to be explored in this way. This is so because, although its multiplayer offerings are attractive, the reality is that there will be those who prefer to explore this world at their own pace.
Further on, Karlson revealed that The Division 2 team is striving to deliver an exciting PvP experience: “We are super-committed to having strong PVP in relation to The Division 2,” Mathias concludes. “Just like in the first game: we are going to get you a revamped dark-zone experience, I can say that much.”
Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 is in development for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.