Division 2: Codename Nightmare has been cancelled, developers say

“Codename Nightmare”, a special gameplay event made fun of by Ubisoft Tom Clancy’s Division 2 Returned to September and canceled. In a live-streaming discussion yesterday, Massive Entertainment developers suggested that the confusion caused by the global COVID-19 pandemic was partly due.

“This year was a tough year for everyone. This year was also a tough year for us. One of the consequences was that we had to change our plans,” said Yannick Banchereau, studio associate creative director. Said at 13:20 in the video above.

Codename Nightmare is just an apparel event. This means that players have limited time to collect costume items and skins.It starts in the middle Division 2Season 4, more precisely February 2nd.

“We decided to refocus the codename Nightmare on apparel only,” said Banshero. “It’s a unique collection of great looking outfits that can be unlocked in Season 4.”

Codename Nightmare was teased during the September Ubisoft Forward event at the end of the trailer for the game mode “Summit,” which unfolded on September 22nd. MassiveEntertainment shared very little other details about the codename Nightmare.Set in the rarely used Kenley University area Division 2Washington DC, and will start this winter.

Banchereau added that the February 2 patch, which brings the codename Nightmare Apparel, also unlocks the frame rates for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, so these consoles can offer 4K resolution at 60 frames per second. ..

Season 4 Tom Clancy’s Division 2 The title update will be released on PlayStation 4, Windows PC, and Xbox One on December 8th. According to an update posted yesterday by Ubisoft, NPC Faye Lau will star from the beginning. Split The person who became a villain last spring New York military commander Event. The December 8 update will offer new seasonal costume and equipment set summit improvements, as well as new skills in pulse tools that reveal enemy weaknesses.

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