The Division sequel is bringing a lot of changes with it, including a new Rogue system that includes Theft and Greed activities.
The third tier expands on the current Rogue and Manhunt status, with PvE actions for those agents who don’t want to stoop to killing their fellow players in PvP, but are allowed to steal anything that isn’t nailed down.
In the Division 2, you can steal loot by breaking open locked chests you don’t have a key for, and stealing Dark Zone supply drops, rather than opening the chests to let everyone have a rifle through.
Another aspect of this system lets you play as the hero or villain in yet another non-confrontational way. Should you come across the loot of a downed player, you can step in and secure the loot for them, ensuring it’ll stay put until they respawn and get back to collect it, or you can be the king/queen of shithousery and swipe it right out from under their nose.
However, all the thieving won’t go unnoticed; you’ll still attain Rogue status if you steal everything, so all you’ll need to watch your back.
The Division 2 launches on PC (through Uplay and the Epic Games Store), PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, on March 15.