Details about the first endgame raid in Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 have been leaked, pointing towards a huge battle over the Potomac River.
The second installment of The Divison series released on March 15 and plenty of players have already finished up with the game’s main storyline and are waiting for endgame content.
They may not have long to wait after one Reddit user, Kevindavid40, dropped a lengthy post on the game’s subreddit with a number of data mined details surrounding the first in-game raid – including a list of objectives and reward trophies that make the raid sound pretty intense.
The full list of objectives, which are sadly not in chronological order, are as follows: Survive the assault on the bridge, Find the stolen GPS coordinates, Protect the named agent on your team, Confirm the kill of 2nd hand Lieutenant, Rendezvous with your team.
Players will also have to: Survive the blackout attack, Find the activation code, Extract your team to safety, Split teams and flank the target, Stop the convoy from leaving the runway and Takeout bombarders from high ground.
As these objectives are not in order, it’s pretty difficult to decipher just how the raid may start and conclude – but one of the leaked trophies paints a gruelling picture of what players will have to conquer in their bid to succeed.
One of the trophies, listed as a Gold trophy, is labeled as ‘Relentless’. Players will be rewarded with the Relentless trophy if you manage to cross the bridge in an hour or less – so, players can expect a pretty lengthy raid if the leak turns out to be correct.
The list of leaked trophies and their descriptions is as followed:
- Relentless – make it through the bridge in one hour or less
- Extreme Measures – have your most kills with Signature weapons
- Reminder of Me – kill any of the Hunters who killed you before
- Gone Baby Gone – in less than two minutes flee from Interceptors
There is currently no official confirmation on a release date for the raids but with players currently plowing through the game’s content – additional content shouldn’t be too far away, especially as Raids were highlighted in Ubisoft’s pre-release state of the game address.
As with any leak of game information, there’s a chance that plans could change – meaning that this raid may not be released in its leaked form as the details could be slightly outdated or Massive Entertainment makes a late change.