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Despite a comment earlier this week suggesting otherwise, The Division 2 developer Massive Entertainment has confirmed that it will not be adjusting the difficulty of the Operation Dark Hours raid at this time.

Previously, Ubisoft rep Johan wrote on Reddit that the team was looking into feedback regarding the raid’s difficulty and that changes to the raid were “not outside the realm of possibility.” However, in yesterday’s State of the Game broadcast, community developer Chris Gansler ruled out any difficulty adjustments in the near future.

“We’ve heard rumors about us changing the raid difficulty. There’s currently no plans to change that,” he said. “We know the raid is harder on consoles, but we are happy with where we are at and we’ve seen multiple people clear it.

“I’ve seen people take the message from Johan saying the door’s open for changes. We’re always open to changes,” Gansler added. “We know that the dev team is very passionate about the game, if the community is giving us the feedback that something is not how they like it we’re not afraid to do changes. At the moment though, for the raid specifically, we don’t plan any balance changes right now.”

The Operation Dark Hours raid officially opened last week and sees eight players heading to Washington National Airport to reclaim it from the Black Tusks, who are using it to bring in more soldiers and supplies.

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No plans to nerf The Division 2’s raid

Massive Entertainment has said that it currently has no plans to adjust the difficulty of The Division 2’s raid.

By Matthew Bennett | 05/23/2019 06:01 AM PT

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Despite a comment earlier this week suggesting otherwise, The Division 2 developer Massive Entertainment has confirmed that it will not be adjusting the difficulty of the Operation Dark Hours raid at this time.

Previously, Ubisoft rep Johan wrote on Reddit that the team was looking into feedback regarding the raid’s difficulty and that changes to the raid were “not outside the realm of possibility.” However, in yesterday’s State of the Game broadcast, community developer Chris Gansler ruled out any difficulty adjustments in the near future.

“We’ve heard rumors about us changing the raid difficulty. There’s currently no plans to change that,” he said. “We know the raid is harder on consoles, but we are happy with where we are at and we’ve seen multiple people clear it.

“I’ve seen people take the message from Johan saying the door’s open for changes. We’re always open to changes,” Gansler added. “We know that the dev team is very passionate about the game, if the community is giving us the feedback that something is not how they like it we’re not afraid to do changes. At the moment though, for the raid specifically, we don’t plan any balance changes right now.”

The Operation Dark Hours raid officially opened last week and sees eight players heading to Washington National Airport to reclaim it from the Black Tusks, who are using it to bring in more soldiers and supplies.

Read More


About Matthew Bennett

view all posts

Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89