The decision of Ubisoft not to give the matchmaking for the 8 player raid of Tom Clancy's The Division 2, the looter-shooter that on console has slightly ignored the sales forecast of the French company.
The developers have clearly devised the raid with the teams assembled by friends in mind, who can perfectly communicate with each other to be able to face the raid in the best way. However, part of the user was burned by the news since the feature is completely out of reach of those who do not play in fixed companies
Ubisoft has listened to these users, and has finally decided to start work to add matchmaking as confirmed by game director Chadi El Zibaoui during a recent livestream. The latter in any case warned the players: the consequences of matchmaking could sometimes compromise the experience packaged by the developers:
"Before a raid you have to make sure that your team at flies microphones, you speak your own language, and have the right equipment to support the team. It's not as simple as the matchmaking we use for normal missions. For the raid, performing a matchmaking of that type will make it difficult, if not impossible, to bring to term the content ".
Meanwhile, the Operation Dark Hour raid was brought to a close for the first time, as announced by the official tweet released by Ubisoft Massive that you find at the bottom of the news and that honored the agents authors of such company. For all other information on the title of Ubisoft we refer to our Review of The Division 2.