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The Division - Two Years in Numbers

02/03/2018 12:00 PM

Agents!

It has been quite a journey since The Division’s launch on March 8, 2016. We have introduced three major expansions alongside streams of free content updates for our players with one goal in mind—to deliver a truly unique and memorable open world-RPG experience. We are approaching The Division’s second birthday, and we want to recap the adventure in numbers (there’s a bunch of them)!

We are proud to say that over 20 million players have played The Division since launch, with 500,000 of those players spending over 400 hours in-game. It is true that we have the most dedicated fans who spend so much of their time in Manhattan.

The community has ensured that Rogue Agents need to tread carefully in the Dark Zone, as 549,939,300 Rogues have been brought to justice since Day One. That is not the entire picture, though, as 161,000 Agents die every hour in the Dark Zone on average. The Rogues and native NPCs surely have answered back with their own agendas.

Over the last two years, 66 billion NPCs were killed (the most notable being Alex). While Alex was being “got”, Ramos was sitting helplessly in Lexington Event Center. Players have rescued Sgt. Ramos a total of 55 million times (he is very grateful).

Players have ventured beneath the surface into the Underground 160 million times, successfully clearing out the sewers of New York 69 million times. Agents have not put up such a strong fight against the notorious blizzard that fans over the city, as only 16% of all Survival runs have proven successful. Better bundle up, Agents!

A special shout-out goes out to a PS4 Agent in particular who has completed 7,768 waves of Resistance since its release in December 2017. That is an average of 100 waves per day! Faye Lau could not be more proud.

Over the past three months, players have spent an average of three hours per day in New York City, and we could not ask for anything more. The Division has evolved over the last two years and will continue to do so as we strive to deliver the best experience possible to our players. A huge thank you to everyone for the journey and remember, it does not end here.

/The Division Dev Team

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