Division 2 Dark Hours Raid Difficulty Might Get Tweaked

The difficulty of the Dark Hours raid in The Division 2 has been causing a lot of players to vent their frustrations out on the Internet, especially console players. In response to the criticism, a Ubisoft representative on Reddit has hinted at a possibility of tweaks to the difficulty. No specific promises, but hey, it’s a possibility.

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Division 2 Dark Hours Raid Difficulty Might Get Tweaked
Division 2 Dark Hours Raid Difficulty Might Get Tweaked

As we’ve covered in our previous article on the subject, the Dark Hours raid in The Division 2 has been and still is quite a challenge. This is especially true on consoles, what with the hardware of the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 limiting players to 30 FPS in an activity that requires fast movement and precision shooting. People have been complaining left and right about the Dark Hours raid difficulty, pouring their frustrations out on Reddit and similar forums.

So, what are the developers going to do about it, if anything? Well, we don’t know for sure, but one of Ubisoft’s representatives on Reddit, Ubi-Johan, posted this on one of the threads: “The raid is very much designed to be the toughest challenge yet in the history of the franchise. It is built around the idea of a well-coordinated team with good communications.” But then, he continued to say: “That said, raid difficulty is certainly feedback that we have been looking at since the release of Dark Hours, and it is not outside the realm of possibility that tweaks will be made moving forward.”

In case you’re one of the people stuck on the Division 2 raid, don’t feel bad. It is, as we’ve established, well and truly nightmarish. I invite you to check out one of our Division 2 raid guides, which will hopefully help you out. Among others articles, we have DDP-52 Razorback Fourth Raid Boss – Operation Dark Hours and Raid Backpack Keychain Trophy Location.

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