The Division 2 Is Getting A 100-Floor PvE Endgame Mode
Earlier this year, a set of leaks for The Division 2 pointed towards the existence of an upcoming PvE mode for the game. The mode itself was rumored to be highly replayable, with the leak suggesting that would feature a 100-level skyscraper. These rumors appear to have been accurate, as Ubisoft has announced that the skyscraper is none other than The Summit, a deep dungeon-esque mode coming soon to the game.
News of the new mode comes by way of Ubisoft’s recent State of the Game live stream, wherein it was revealed that The Summit will be implemented into The Division 2 as part of its 11th Title Update. According to Ubisoft, The Summit mode has a heavy focus on endgame replayability and will feature environments, enemy types, and objectives that will all differ between floors.
As one would expect, the overall objective of The Summit is to clear all 100 floors. Every 10 floors will feature boss battles, and should a team successfully overcome said boss they’ll be treated to a checkpoint the team can start from after leaving their session. So, if a team makes it up to floor 54 and stops, they’ll be able to resume from the 50th floor at a later date.
The Division 2’s The Summit will be hitting the PC test servers soon, and once released it will be free content for players that own the Warlords of New York expansion. The Division 2 is currently available for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
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