Ubisoft has announced that the console release of Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 has failed to meet their sales expectations for the game, citing a competitive market as the reason for this. Ubisoft still expect the game to continue growing over the course of its lifetime. The PC release of the game is tracking similarly to the first game, Ubisoft also revealed that sales on their Uplay storefront were up by over 10 times the first game, undoubtedly due to the game being excluded from Steam. Whilst sales expectations were not met, The Division 2 is currently holding it’s playerbase with the game hitting “record highs for engagement per player”. The Season Pass sales were also described as being strong.