The Division 2: Title Update 10 is now available on PTS for PC owners.
The game’s latest update, TU10, was released for PC on May 22 and is accessible via the Public Test Server (PTS). From the State of Game steam on May 21, we can expect many quality of life improvements in Ubisoft’s latest looter shooter. In addition, the Hill League, the competitive league of Season 1, is going live.
According to an official tweet, PC owners of the Division 2, will have access to Title Update 10 before everyone else. You could preload the TU10 patch after the steam on May 21, with the PTS launch on May 22. From what we can see in the official Title Update 10 notes from Ubisoft, the priority for this upcoming content is going to be “game health and generosity”. Players with access to the PTS will be able to experience a number of changes involving weapons and gear sets, including the removal of purple loot at higher difficulties and buffs to pretty much all weapons. Title Update 10 will also incorporate changes to PvP weapon damage, bug fixes, and improvements to loot drops from Veteran and Elite opponents.
Starting this weekend, PC players will be able to preview and provide feedback on The Division 2’s next big update: Title Update 10.
Get the details on the new update in this week’s State of the Game livestream recap.
— The Division 2 (@TheDivisionGame) May 21, 2020
Alongside the updates to loot drop rates and weapon damage, Ubisoft’s patch notes also state that the “developers are focusing on tweaks that will remove frustration” and make the game “as fun as possible,” and future PTS runs of upcoming content will become a possibility if this test is successful. Ubisoft is opening up PTS access to PC players in part to assist them with monitoring the bug fixes that Title Update 10 is going to include, and it’s seeking feedback through the PTS-specific section of the official Division 2 forums.