Ubisoft’s press conference isn’t until tomorrow, but we already have confirmation on new details on The Division 2, namely that it’s set in the U.S. capital of Washington, D.C. A large banner hung in the L.A. Convention Center shows three agents heading toward some of D.C.’s most iconic landmarks.
Charlie Intel’s Gaming News Twitter account posted a blurry photo of the banner from the show Saturday morning. It was tough to make out due to poor image quality, but another Twitter user replied with a much clearer image. Three agents can be seen looking out from the Lincoln Memorial across the reflecting pool toward the Washington Monument, with the dome of the U.S. Capitol visible in the background.
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Thick plumes of smoke are rising from the Capitol dome, and there is visible damage to the Washington Monument obelisk, well above street height. It’s also possible to make out what looks like a barricade or checkpoint on the right side of the reflecting pool, and there is a fire burning near the Capitol Building.
The agents are armed with some weapon types not seen in The Division. On the left, one holds a tactical crossbow, while the agent in the center is hefting what appears to be a revolver-style 40mm multiple grenade launcher.