There are only a few hours to go until the new update of Tom CLancy's The Division 2, which will introduce the highly anticipated raid with support for eight players. However, it seems that this particular endgame activity does not allow access to matchmaking unlike what was stated by the developers some time ago.
According to recent tweet by Alexandre Guenounou this specific activity will not allow you to automatically find other users to play with and you will therefore be obliged to search for other agents yourself via your friends, lobby and clan list. This statement did not go down to many fans of The Division 2, who are publishing on social media the promotional images of the Ubisoft title where it is explicitly written that any activity present in the game would have allowed to find players with whom to face it through matchmaking.
It is therefore a really unusual choice on the part of the developers, who unlike what was seen in Destiny have always allowed their users to freely choose how to deal with game missions regardless of their difficulty. It remains now to understand if the intolerance on the part of the community will provoke a reaction from the developers, who could run for cover before the debut of Dark Hours, scheduled for tomorrow. Meanwhile on Twitter a new message appeared in which Guenounou promises the arrival of clarifications from the development team which at this point should arrive during the next few hours.
Did you know that the new update of The Division 2 will not increase the maximum score of the equipment? We also remind you that an Easter egg by Marvel's Spider-Man is hiding in The Division 2.