'Tom Clancy's The Division' and its community have started gaining some hype after a particular image, showing the game's year 2 mock-up displays, surfaced in one of Reddit's discussion pages. After the "The Last Stand" expansion, players might be in for in for some surprises with what's to come this 2017. However, Bioware might be cooking up something bigger than this, which fans are about to see soon.

Just within this week, a Redditor named "theCyanideX" posted an intriguing image at "The Division" subreddit discussion thread. The image appeared to be a mock-up image of what's to come for the second year of the multiplayer third-person shooter from Ubisoft. The image easily gained a lot of attention for a short span of time, but Redditor JokerUnique clarified that the image was not an official.

However, despite being not official, it piqued the interest of many as it was very believable. It included five major updates. This includes "1.7 Isolation" and "1.8 Arsenal" as free updates for the month of April and May. The three other expansions are supposedly scheduled for summer, fall and winter for "The Division."

Some folks in the said thread had high hopes for "The Division" and what looked like first as an official series of expansions. It had "several loadout updates, PvE Dark Zone, character creation and more" as described in the mock-up image.

Some speculations indicate that Massive is actually behind the image. It was only a slightly cruel method of checking what people are looking for in "The Division." Regardless, more updates can still be expected for the rest of 2017.

In other news, Bioware, the team behind the upcoming "Mass Effect: Andromeda" is said to be developing a mystery IP that will be one of the toughest competitors against Activision's "Destiny" and Ubisoft's "The Division." Forbes points out several key factors to EA's unnamed game. The company's earnings report had BioWare's Aaryn Flynn mention something of high interest;

"In 2012, we began crafting a new universe full of new characters, stories, and gameplay. Our ambition is simple: Draw upon 20+ years of development knowledge and lessons to create something fun and new for you to enjoy with your friends."

There still some loose ends with the information, but fans might hear more soon. "The Division" on the other hand, will be needing all the improvement it can get as it didn't quite stand up to the fans' expectations and is still going through a tough test of time.