The Division 2’s Operation Dark Hours 8-man raid launches Friday


After a small delay, Ubisoft reveals that Operation Dark Hours is set to launch this Thursday and will put the skills of even the best agents to the test.

After almost a month delay, Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 is about to get its first major content drop aside from the Tidal Basin stronghold. Now, players who have hit the level cap in World Tier 5 can prepare for the hardest challenge yet as they will work together to take back the Washington National Airport, which has been taken over by the Black Tusks, which are using it as a staging area for their operations.

In the raid, Black Tusks will use technology never-before-seen in the game, alongside special gear, loot, and exotic weapons that will await them as they clear out the base. Along with the announcement of the raid and its contents, Ubisoft has also revealed that those who complete the raid after it launches will forever be immortalized in-game by having their team photo and names displayed in the White House for all player to see.

All other players who complete “Operation Dark Hours” between May 16th and May 23rd will also receive a commemorative Arm Patch for their agents, while other players who complete the raid after those dates will receive a clan banner icon and a trophy in their clan space for their completions.

Those wanting to follow the race to the World First by checking out “Operation Dark Hours: Race to World First” on Twitch Rivals Program can do so starting at the official Twitch Rivals Twitch page – – at 9am PT and 6pm CEST. Will you have what it takes to be one of the first? Let us know in the comments below.

Still curious about the game? Check out our full review where we state that “whether it’s from the beautiful and always transforming landscapes thanks to a dynamic weather system or the constant struggle to keep a stronghold from occupying forces, Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 is an absolute delight and a must-have of this generation. It’ll be exciting to see what Massive, Redstorm, among the many other teams at Ubisoft have planned for the game moving forward, ” with a review score of 9.5 out of 10.

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