On May 16, Operation Dark Hours – our first 8-player Raid – is opening its gates. It will be one of the greatest challenges in The Division 2 history. To beat it you will need to co-ordinate and communicate with your team, while being on top of your game. You can read more about Dark Hours on our website.
With the Raid comes special rewards, including a very special recognition for the first team to finish it.
HISTORY WILL REMEMBER
While anyone can pit themselves against the Raid, only one team can be the first to beat it. Those team members are the Elite of the Special Homeland Division and History will remember them.
In their honor, the first team that beats the final boss of the Raid will be immortalized in the White House itself. All eight players, and their usernames*, will be featured on a special painting that will be placed on one of the White House walls, near the Clan room. This painting will be visible to all players, not only the players that completed the Raid.
The players in the team do not need to be part of the same Clan, so gather your best allies to take on the challenge. The Race to World First spans all platforms, so there can be only one winner across the whole of The Division 2. The winners will be officially announced a few days after the completion.
FIGHT FOR WASHINGTON, D.C.
All players that complete the Raid within the first week after its release will receive a special commendation and an exclusive arm patch – the First Strike Patch: Operation Dark Hours.
FIGHT AS A CLAN
For players that complete the Raid with fellow Clan Members, there's a special Clan Insignia and a Trophy for your Clan Space. These rewards will be unlocked if you complete the Raid in one session, with only Clan members. These rewards will be available at any time.
Operation Dark Hours is coming. Are you ready? Is your Clan ready?
The Race to World First begins on Thursday, May 16 at 6PM CEST / 12 PM EST / 1AM KST / 2 AM ACT.
See you at the Washington National Airport!
/The Division 2 Development Team
"Operation Dark Hours: Race to World First" Competition Terms and Conditions
NO PURCHASE OR PAYMENT NECESSARY TO PARTICIPATE IN UBISOFT'S COMPETITION ("COMPETITION"). A PURCHASE WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING.
Beginning on May 16, 2019 at 6 PM CEST, 9 AM PT Ubisoft Entertainment (the "Sponsor") will release "Operation Dark Hours" – the first 8-player raid (the "Raid") for Tom Clancy's The Division 2 (the "Game"). To beat it, players will need to co-ordinate and communicate with their team. There is more to learn about Dark Hours on http://thedivisiongame.com.
COMPETITION DESCRIPTION: Starting on Thursday, May 16, 2019 at 6 PM CEST, 9 AM PT ("Competition Start Date"), Ubisoft Entertainment ("Sponsor") is hosting an in-Game competition to celebrate the release of the Raid. Employees, officers, and directors of Sponsor and its affiliated companies, subsidiaries, licensees, franchisees, distributors, dealers, sales representatives, advertising and promotion agencies, and any and all other companies associated with the Competition, and each of their immediate families (i.e., parents, spouse, siblings, children, grandparents, step parents, stepchildren and step siblings, and their respective spouses, and those living in the same household, whether or not related) are not eligible to participate.
HOW TO ENTER: The first team to beat the Raid will be crowned as the winner of this Competition, provided it complies with all the requirement set forth in these Competition Terms and Conditions.
- You can take part to this Competition on any platform on which the Game is released upon the Competition Start Date.
- The first eight players (or less) who team-up and beat the final boss of the Raid will be considered as the winners of this Competition.
If any of the above players are found not to comply with these Terms & Conditions, the Sponsor reserves the right to disqualify all or part of the team and/or select alternative winners for this Competition.
- These eight players (or less) do not need to come from the same clan.
All entries are subject to verification by Ubisoft. Any attempted form of use other than as described herein is void. The Sponsor, in accordance with the Competition Terms and Conditions, will determine in its sole discretion, what constitutes a valid use. This is a worldwide competition. LIMIT: all entrants (the "Entrants") must be at least 18 years of age. Competition is subject to all international, national, federal, state and local laws and regulations, and is void where prohibited by law.
During the Competition, the Sponsor may, at its own discretion warn, disqualify or ban any Entrant, without prejudice for the Entrant, that notably (without limitation):
- Registers to the Competition with multiple accounts;
- Colludes with other Entrants to create an unfair advantage;
- Uses any kind of cheats or hack;
- Does not comply in full with the current Competition Terms & Conditions;
- Has a behavior which, in Sponsor's estimation, is, before, during and/or after the Competition, unlawful, harmful, abusive, harassing, threatening, malicious, defamatory, libelous, untruthful, pornographic, pedophilic, obscene, vulgar, racist, xenophobic, liable to incite hatred, sexually explicit, violent, contrary to morality or is in any other way unacceptable.
- SELECTION OF WINNERS
All members of the first team to complete the Raid in accordance with these Competition Terms & Conditions (the "Winners") will be featured in the Game, in a painting representing each Winner's character, along with the Winners' main ID, and their clan name (if all Winners belong to the same clan within the Game), at a date decided at Sponsor's discretion.
The Sponsor will notify the Winners by email, sent to the email address provided associated to the player account used to enter the Competition.
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY: The Sponsor and its affiliates are not responsible for any technical malfunctions of electronic equipment, computer on-line systems, servers, or providers, computer hardware or software failures, failure of third party sites or any other issues which may limit a user's ability to participate in this Competition.
Entrant acknowledges that Sponsor will collect and process his/her personal data to allow him/her to participate to the Competition and to provide the Winners with their Prize. Entrant's personal data will be accessible to Sponsor and Sponsor's Affiliates and will be stored for the duration of the Entrant's Ubisoft account lifetime. The processing of Entrant's personal data by Sponsor is necessary to execute the contract Entrant has entered with Sponsor by accepting the rules of the Competition.
Sponsor may transfer Entrant's personal data to non-European countries that ensure an adequate level of protection according to the EU Commission, or within the framework of the standard data protection clauses adopted by the EU Commission (accessible here)
Entrant may exercise his/her rights to access, rectify or erase his/her data, object to or restrict the processing of his/her data, and receive his/her information in portable form by making a Data Request here.
For any other request, Entrant may contact Sponsor Data Protection Officers by choosing the "Data Information" request here.
Entrants may also lodge a complaint with the national supervisory authority of their country.
DISQUALIFICATION AND CANCELLATION: The Sponsor reserves the right in its sole discretion to disqualify any individual who is found to be tampering with the operation of the Competition, or to be acting in violation of these Terms and Conditions. The Sponsor reserves the right to disqualify all or part of any team who is found not to comply with these Terms and Conditions and/or select alternative winners for this Competition. No forged entries will be accepted. The Sponsor reserves the right to cancel or modify the Competition for any reason at any time. In addition, The Sponsor reserves the right to modify, adapt or adjust the Ubisoft ID and/or clan name of the Winners, should it be offensive, including without limitation any name that is unlawful, harmful, abusive, harassing, threatening, malicious, defamatory, libelous, untruthful, pornographic, pedophilic, obscene, vulgar, racist, xenophobic, liable to incite hatred, sexually explicit, violent, contrary to morality or is in any other way unacceptable.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS: A copy of these Terms and Conditions may be accessed at https://tomclancy-thedivision.ubisoft.com/game/en-us/news-updates/349461/operation-dark-hours-race-to-world-first for the duration of the Competition.
DISPUTES: Except where prohibited, you agree that: any and all disputes, claims and causes of action arising out of this Competition or any Prize awarded shall be resolved individually, without resort to any form of class action, and that by participating in the Competition, you agree that Paris, France will be the exclusive forum for any formal dispute resolution. All issues concerning these official rules and the Competition shall be governed by the laws of the France, without giving effect to any choice of law or conflict of law rules.
QUESTIONS: If you have any questions about this "Operation Dark Hours: Race to World First" Competition, please contact the Sponsor Ubisoft Entertainment at https://support.ubi.com/.
THIS COMPETITION IS IN NO WAY SPONSORED, ENDORSED OR ADMINISTERED BY MICROSOFT, SONY, YOUTUBE OR TWITCH.
Ubisoft Entertainment (107 avenue Henri Fréville, BP 10704, 35207 Rennes Cedex 2, France) will collect and process your personal data to allow you to participate to the competition, and to provide the winner with his/her prize. Your personal data will be accessible to Ubisoft's teams and will be stored for the duration of the Entrant's Ubisoft account lifetime.
Your personal data processing is necessary to execute the contract you have entered with Ubisoft by accepting the rules of the competition.
Ubisoft may transfer your personal data to non-European countries that ensure an adequate level of protection according to the EU Commission, or within the framework of the standard data protection clauses adopted by the EU Commission (accessible here).
You may exercise your rights to access, rectify or erase your data, object to or restrict the processing of your data, and receive your information in portable form by making a Data Request here.
You may also lodge a complaint with the national supervisory authority of your country.