has details on an upcoming patch coming to Tom Clancy's The Division
that will include Conflict, the first of two free planned content updates for
the tactical shooter. This
offers a look at some of what's coming in version 1.2, and here's a
bit from the accompanying post:
The Division team has released the first
details on the free Conflict update – the second of two free updates for The
Division – which arrives May 24 on Xbox One, PS4, and PC. One of its biggest
additions is Clear Sky, a brand new Incursion in Columbus Circle. Pitting
Division Agents against Rikers, Clear Sky challenges you to take back a formerly
LMB-controlled anti-air missile site, restore safe passage to the skies over
Manhattan, and reclaim supply drops stolen by Rikers.
Another new feature coming in the Conflict update is high-value targets (HVT).
The HVT officer inside your base of operations will provide you with a list of
these targets, along with a description, their level, and the recommended gear
score you need to engage them. You’ll have a limited amount of time and only one
chance to take down these targets.
The Dark Zone will see some changes that are going to make extractions even more
intense than they were before. Specifically, Agents will now have the option to
hijack your loot. This means that a player can run to an extraction rope and cut
it, causing all of the loot to fall to the ground.