Ubisoft has revealed that the anticipated eight-player raid, Operation Iron Horse, is now live in The Division 2 and is free for all. Here’s what you need to know.
Just like any good MMO, we can expect some massive content drops when they become ready for us to enjoy. Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 is no exception to this rule and Ubisoft has made it clear that they are pushing out high-end content as quickly as they can when they feel it is ready enough for Division Agents to experience.
In the most recent update for Tom Clancy’s The Division 2, Operation Iron Horse has become available, giving fans with the Warlords of New York Expansion and without it, a chance to experience the all-new eight-man raid, which will see Division Agents take on the True Sons who are manufacturing weapons and devising a plan in order to regain their grip on Washington D.C.
Ubisoft has revealed that both the loot tables as well as the Race to World First (which is returning) for this new raid itself. First up, let’s talk about Race to World First since the competition is back and it will be pitting players against one another to see who is the best of the best.
“The first team on each platform to complete Operation Iron Horse after it goes live will be forever immortalized in-game by having their team photo and names displayed in a portrait in the White House in The Division 2 for all players to see,” a Ubisoft spokesperson confirmed, making it loud and clear that Division Agents can be immortalized just as the previous team was in the in-game White House.
Additionally, Twitch Loot Drops are returning to select Twitch partner streamers who will be streaming the raid on their platform of choice. Those drops will be available from June 30th at 8am PT until July 2nd at 5am PT.
Those looking to complete the raid can acquire special items including the Foundry Bulkwark gear set, Future Initiative gear set, and other unique rewards including an exotic weapon as well as other various items.
In our review, we stated that “Warlords of New York is a solid campaign, one that brings a four-year story arch to its conclusion, allowing fans to see what awaits them once Keener is down and out, giving us a glimpse of what the future is and what it seems to be. For now, however, there’s a lot to take in and let settle after the conclusion to the expansion which will leave players craving more at the end of the day,” and rated the expansion at a 9 out of 10 as a follow-up to the 9.5 out of 10 we rated the base game at in our review for Tom Clancy’s The Division 2.
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