The Division 2 is Real, Xbox One X Support Coming to the First Game

The fight for New York City continues on all fronts.

Tom Clancy's The Division is getting a follow-up. Today, two years after the launch of the first game on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, Massive Entertainment announced it's working on Tom Clancy's The Division 2. The announcement is published in German, but applying a little Google Translate magic unveils the news in English. Technology, ya'll.

Pictured: A man with a terminal case of The Mondays.

Julian Gerighty, the Creative Director at Massive Entertainment outlines what we can expect from The Division 2, and what we can expect to see from the first title throughout the rest of the year. Gerighty says The Division is the opening chapter of a much bigger saga, and the next game should let the Division team apply everything it's learned from making the first game (and managing its community) to the next entry.

Updates are still happening for The Division prime, too. Two more updates are coming in honor of the game's second anniversary. We'll see two new global events, more Legendary difficulty missions, and an Xbox One X upgrade that adds 4K support.

We'll find out more about The Division 2 at E3 this June.

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