Tom Clancy's The Division 2
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Finally, The Division 2 is more than satisfying. It works as an example for sequels with almost all of the weaknesses from the first game having been improved in this one.
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You cannot afford to miss Tom Clancy's The Division 2 which is an excellent game and a fine addition to the genre.
The Division 2 carry every improvement that Massive made to the first game in DLCs and post-content releases, but the story still feels like a second class citizen in this game and most of NPC (For not saying any) have any character development other than exposition for a mission.
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The Division 2 is a thoroughly enjoyable and challenging shooter. It improves on almost every aspect of the first game with a whole wealth of content and options on offer. Despite a few convoluted screens, the menus are better designed this time around and the loot progression fine-tuned to perfection. Given the scepticism I had going into this one, Ubisoft have delivered one of the best games of 2019 so far and a very enjoyable third person shooter in its own right.
The Division 2 does some things great, a lot of things good, and a few things bad, but with the team over at Massive Entertainment having proven their transparency and that they are on top of issues, I can tell that the game will only get better as it ages.
The Division 2 is set in Washington D.C. months after the events that took place in the first chapter, in a post apocalyptic world in which you will have to free the US capital, from various enemy factions infesting the city, with a group of up to 4 people, both with friends and in matchmaking. If you like the genre or have played the previous chapter, you can't not play with it.
Review in Italian | Read full review
The Division 2 is a breath of fresh air in a crowded genre. It’s not trying to reinvent the loot shooter, and it doesn’t need to. Instead, Ubisoft has focused on carefully refining and polishing the base elements of gameplay.
The Division 2 feels like a full package. It isn't always as polished as we've come to expect from a AAA experience, but then it does have the expected Ubisoftisms about it. It's buggy, but never intrusive. It has some questionable microtransactions, but they don't ever really affect you. It's repetitive and utterly meaningless, but it can be an incredibly satisfying experience.
This is one of my most anticipated games and after playing it, I was right to be excited about it, and what the future DLC is going to bring for us. If you’re on the fence about it and have friends that play, give it a go, it’s good solo but so much more fun in a group.