Tom Clancy's The Division 2
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Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 expands the established gameplay mechanics and the world from its predecessor with amazing endgame content and lots of surprising enemy variety that was missed in The Division. Sadly the story sinks in the crowd of countless objectives and new content, which together with some gameplay bugs and glitches doesn't let the title reach its full potential.
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The Division 2 has managed to elaborate on its established formula while addressing everything that held the first game back.
The Division 2 keeps an impressive number of plates spinning while skirting clear of the soulless live-service void. It isn’t perfect by any means, but Massive has done a remarkable job of making a potentially messy experience feel uncommonly holistic.
The end result is a loot shooter far more confident and coherent than what we've seen before. Ubisoft Massive has learned from past mistakes, side-stepping those same pitfalls to deliver a sequel that feels dense without becoming tangled. There are still some rough edges and the burden of carrying a limp story but, ultimately, The Division 2 triumphs over everything else this genre currently has to offer.
The Division 2 is pretty to look at, detailed and mechanically strong. It's extremely content heavy to the end and more importantly beyond the end. It is the top of the line looter shooter of choice right now and it raises the bar for the genre. Its story and voice acting are disappointing and it has a couple of small design flaws, but they hardly make a dent in an otherwise brilliant game.
The formidable game content, mesmerizing graphics and comprehensive weapon system makes TD2 fun to play. Ubisoft has done fabulous work and brought many upgrades from the last game.
The Division 2 expands every element of the original and provides an absolutely massive world that's filled with content.
Despite squandering a great setting and premise, The Division 2 is an incredibly fun game to play which improves on almost everything the first one brought to the table.
With a deep, interesting city full of content to explore and an endgame that seems very fleshed out, The Division 2 is incredible value, and will likely go down as one of the most successful sequels of all time.
The Division 2 has incorporated everything that the first title initially lacked and then added more. It will provide hours of satisfying fun