The Division 2's Season 10: "Price Of Power" Debuts New Manhunt, Endgame Mode, Gear, And More
Quite a lot of changes and new content available.
Ubisoft's The Division 2 has released its Season 10: "Price of Power," and comes with a wave of new content and changes to existing areas of the online-only shooter. At the forefront, players can expect a new Manhunt, a calendar detailing limited-time events, the new Countdown endgame mode with more difficulty levels, exotic weapons, gear, and plenty more.
The highlight of the patch is the following Manhunt after Season 9, focused on tracking down the latest target: General Peter Anderson. Ubisoft says Anderson is "power hungry and looking to secure his position in the True Sons as Antwon Ridgeway's successor," which makes him a threat to The Division if he puts together an alliance. Players will eliminate any adversaries that try to partner with Anderson, eventually locating the Black Tusk and the True Sons and stopping any involvement they can have with him.
Specific targets on the new in-game calendar are from these factions, but Ubisoft has withheld some information to keep the location of Anderson a secret from players. For those who missed out on Season 9 or are new to The Division 2, Manhunt targets will now be taking over main missions in the campaign.
The new endgame Countdown mode released with Season 9 has received changes, too, splitting the content into Normal, Hard, Challenging, and Heroic difficulties. These versions allow players to jump in solo or with a group, casual or hardcore, to complete the endgame mode. With it are changes to the deactivation benefit for countermeasures, such as "Armor Protection" not giving enemies extra Armor Repairs and instead giving +25% to players and Reload Speed going from a decreased 75% to +25%.
As usual for every fresh season, players can pick up new weapons and gear. The exotic variation of the M1A QCB Rifle "Doctor Home" is one of the two new guns proficient at applying a mark on an enemy recently shot and drops a 15% Armor Repair kit when killed. As for new gear, there's the "Umbra Initiative," "Brazos de Arcabuz," and "Bloody Knuckles." Each varies in terms of stats, with the Umbra Initiative giving players critical damage stacks while in cover and armor regen when out in the open.
You can learn more details on the specific changes and additions coming with Season 10 on the Ubisoft website if interested!
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