In the latest State of the Game update for Tom Clancy's The Division 2, Massive Entertainment's Community Developer, Chris Gansler, denied rumours that the developer would be looking to adjust the difficulty of the Operation Dark Hours raid which released on May 16th.
Since the raid's release last week, it has generated quite a bit of controversy amongst The Division 2 community, with many console players claiming that "Dark Hours" is too difficult. That suggestion doesn't appear to be wide of the mark, with VG247 reporting that over 7,000 PC players have managed to complete the raid so far, whilst the number on the Xbox One and PS4 players combined stands at under 200.
During the State of the Game show, Gansler admitted that console players will have a harder time due to the constraints of using a controller over a mouse and keyboard, but was keen to stress that Massive has "no plans" to adjust the difficulty and that they are "happy with where we are at".
You can watch the whole State of the Game stream for The Division 2 below:
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