The Division 2: Operation Dark Hours Raid Details Leak, Plus Release Date
(UPDATE): At the bottom of the page is a newly released video teasing more of Operation Dark Hours.
Not only is World Tier 5 just around the corner but Division 2 players are also set to see the introduction of the game’s first raid content called Operation Dark Hours. While there hasn’t been too much concrete information revealed on the 8-man raid, a new leak may just give fans the details they were looking for.
The leak arrives from Redditor kevindavid40, who previously managed to uncover a few details about Operation Dark Hours pertaining to the location, rewards, and more. This time around the user revealed information about mechanics that players will be able to encounter. Each objective will have a unique method of completion such as players having to protect one ally as the individual leads the group through a hidden escape route across the Arlington Memorial Bridge, or a “Blackout” device that will nearly deplete Agents’ armor, stamina, and skills on a scale far greater than anything players have yet to encounter.
On top of being able to discover some secret areas thanks to puzzles that can be found scattered throughout main objectives and the environment, players will also be able to gain access to some new items called “PowerPlay.” These items will be incredibly unique and helpful within the raid, though due to their perks they’re hard to find and have limited uses.
They’re not available whenever you want like any other items you can pick on your way.
Locked behind secret spots in the raid. every spot is having unique identifier key.
You need to kill specific “Elites” NPC to drop a correspondent key to any of the hidden spots.
Their apparent is random on time & location.
You have short window of time to take them down.
The PowerPlay items are not available on Legendary version of the raid where teams can compete to World’s First.
Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 is available for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4, with the above raid coming on April 25. Operation Dark Hours looks to be quite intense, and players are definitely going to need to be prepared. Are you excited for World Tier 5 and the upcoming raid? How will you be getting ready for the new content? Let us know your thoughts on Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 and the Operation Dark Hours leak in the comments section below. As always don’t forget to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter for 24/7 coverage of all things gaming and entertainment.
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