Division 2 is stated to go offline for four hours on December 10 at 12:30 AM PT / 3:30 AM ET. Division 2 has released patch 6.1 notes that detail Christmas Content, a new hardcore mode, and So much more. The updated version will be available on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. The game is expected to be of 3GB size.
The Division 2 has been quite a hit since its release. The fans are pretty impressed with firefights, combat, and action of the game. After completing the gear and powering, the players wanted something harder to play, and it might be the time they get some.
The update is accompanied by a new in-game event, Situation: Snowball. The update will change the overall look of the game by bringing in some festive feel to it. Players will also be availed with Holiday Supplies pack, featuring three Standard Apparel Keys, three pieces of equipment, and a Holiday hat.
The design of the holiday hat is not known to the fans. There are speculations that this hat will be different from the Santa hats but it is pretty certain that the characters would look good in it. Fans must keep in mind that the Ambusher Hoarders will be gearing up with the snowball-firing Sleigher weapon while fighting with you. So, always keep your eyes open to grab the gear.
The update will also bring in the latest Apparel Event forwards. The users will be availed with four new outfits, five emotes, nine weapon skins, and a new mask. As stated by Ubisoft, the players will be able to wear as many as 35 items of clothing.
Before jumping on the beta for Hardcore Mode, you have to keep in mind that you will be allowed to live only once. You will have to survive the entire game, so make sure you do not take any unnecessary risks. Only the pro players will be able to tackle these situations.
Many gameplay talent changes are also scheduled to be coming to the game. The vendors will be selling a wide range of objects and you will be able to see that Cassie Mendoza has two named items and Shield Splinterer always in stock. While the Shield Splinterer will remain consistent, the other two will be in rotating terms.
The Xbox players will be delighted to know that the glitches resisting them from installing this game from the disc version has now been fixed. The full list of patch notes is available on the official website of Division 2.