Ubisoft has announced that the Elite Task Force will be returning for Tom Clancy’s The Division.
In January 2017, Ubisoft wants to expand the ETF program with a second group of Elite Task Force members. Just like the first round of the ETF program, the group will take part in a three-day workshop, giving Ubisoft feedback and insight for The Division. This time, the program will take place at Red Storm Studios in Morrisville, North Carolina, and will run January 11-13, 2017. The workshop will focus on parts of the game that was left out of update 1.4, and balancing for update 1.6.
Participants do not need to be popular YouTubers or streamers. Anyone who plays The Division and is available on those dates can participate. Gamers just have to be 18+ years old, and have a valid passport (if traveling from outside the United States). Ubisoft will pay for food, hotel, and airfare during the trip. Those that are interested need to fill out the form, and let Ubisoft know why they would be an ideal candidate. Registrations will close on December 14th at 6 p.m. CET.
The latest update for The Division released last month. The update added survival mode, in which players must survive in the Dark Zone through a snowstorm until extraction can safely start. Also added was the World Tier Bracket 5 and new named gear items. There were also a number of loot and weapon changes, as well as minor bug fixes.
Tom Clancy’s The Division is availabe for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.