Ubisoft has shared the details on the upcoming Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 title update. This is an important milestone in the post-launch support for The Division 2 since it adds the first 8-player raid to the game called Operation Dark Hours.
This update is currently undergoing testing on PC through PTS, but the update is being planned to drop in May. Here are the patch notes for this update, which can drop in the form of patch 1.07 on PS4.
The Division 2 Title Update 3 Early Patch Notes (PS4, Xbox One, PC)
New Feature: Operation Dark Hours
Operation Dark Hours is our first 8-player raid coming to Tom Clancy’s The Division 2. It pits eight players together for the first time in the history of the franchise to experience the most challenging activity available in the game. Teamwork, collaboration, and adaptation will be necessary to defeat the Black Tusk.
- Text Chat improvements
- Players can toggle displaying personal and group loot drops.
- Text chat will now lose focus after sending a message.
- Group tab will be populated with all raid members when queueing for a raid.
- Improved feedback when attempting invalid actions in text chat.
- Added a Neutral Lighting setting to all platforms.
- Added “Anti-aliasing” graphics setting with new Ultra alternative for sharper image when in motion.
- Character sheet
- Will now properly update and display Accuracy, Stability, Recoil, Weapon Swap and Reload Speed from +Weapon Handling bonuses.
- Fixed an issue where NPCs in the Bounty screen had broken animations.
- Fixed an issue where players on PlayStation 4 were unable to complete the Big Game Hunter commendation.
- Fixed an issue that could prevent players from completing the Side Mission Medical Camp Attack.
- Fixed an issue where armor values on AI in the Dark Zone scaled incorrectly.
- Fixed an issue where the Sniper Turret would aim at targets out of line of sight in PvP.
- Fixed an issue where Scanner Pulse and Remote Pulse were not properly affected by Skill Duration.
- Fixed various issues where Skill bonuses were not applied properly.
- Fixed an issue where bounties rewarded from Projects in Settlements were rewarding the wrong amount of XP and Credits.
- Fixed an issue where Clan Cashes would scale incorrectly when opened in another player’s lower level session.
The game-related changes can be found in the official post by Ubisoft here. These are not the final set of patch notes as things can change between now until the launch of this update, and new features might be implemented, or old ones are taken out as presented here.
The Division 2 is available now for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC.