Codename Nightmare, a special gaming event raised by Ubisoft Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 Back in September, it was canceled. In a live discussion yesterday, a developer with Massive Entertainment indicated that the disruptions caused by the global COVID-19 pandemic are partly to blame.

“It has been a tough year for everyone; Yannick Panchero, the studio’s assistant creative director, said at 13:20 in the video above that it was a difficult year for us as well, and one of the consequences of that is that we had to make changes to our plan.

Codename Nightmare will now be just a dress up event – meaning players have limited time to collect clothing items and skins. This will start halfway Section 2Season 4, or February 2 to be exact.

“We decided to refocus Codename Nightmare on clothing only,” Banchero said. “It’s going to be a bunch of really cool-looking outfits, and unique outfits that you’ll unlock in Season 4.”

The name Codename Nightmare was upset during Ubisoft Forward event in SeptemberAt the end of the “Summit” trailer, a game mode was released on September 22nd. Massive Entertainment shared some other details about Codename Nightmare, except that it will be set in the largely unused Kinley College area. Section 2Washington, DC, will begin this winter.

Banchereau added that the February 2 patch that brings Codename Nightmare clothing will also unlock frame rate on PlayStation 5 And the Xbox X SeriesWhich means that these controllers will be able to deliver 4K resolution at 60 frames per second.

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Fourth season of Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 The major update rolling out December 8th will start on PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One. An update published by Ubisoft yesterday She says she will be the star of Faye Lau, a non-playable character from the start section Who went rogue Last spring Warlords of New York Event. The December 8th Update will also bring improvements to the top, a new seasonal gear set and gear, as well as a new skill for the Pulse Tool, which reveals enemies’ weaknesses.