In Tom Clancy’s The Division 2, the fate of the free world is on the line.
The Division 2 is a multiplayer 3rd person shooting game made by Massive Entertainment and published by Ubisoft. Played from a third-person perspective, the game takes place in Washington D.C. seven months after its predecessor, in which a civil war between survivors and villainous bands of marauders breaks out. In the game, players can cooperate with each other to complete objectives. The game will also feature raids, which can be completed by up to eight players. Save a country on the brink of collapse as you explore an open, dynamic and hostile world.
Release Date: 15 Mar, 2019
Developer: Massive Entertainment
Genre: Action, Rpg, Multiplayer, Shooter
The Division 2
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- Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 is an online action-shooter RPG experience, where exploration and player progression are essential
- Fight together with your friends in online co-op or against others in competitive PvP
- Save a country on the brink of collapse as you explore an open, dynamic, and hostile world in Washington, DC
- Choose a unique class specialization to take on the toughest challenges with friends in a genre-defining endgame
The Division 2 Trailer
The Division 2 Review
Set in Washington D.C., the game takes place 7 months after a deadly virus was released in New York City and the nation has become a shell of its former self. While the virus has been contained, its effects are most evident in the devastated streets of the nation's capital where survivors cling to hope and struggle to rebuild. Enter The Division, a unit of civilian sleeper agents who now must work to stop enemy factions from completely taking over the city – and ultimately, the nation. As a universally-regarded seat of power, if D.C. falls, the nation falls. With civilians helpless and fearing for their lives, players will be the last line of defense in preventing the total collapse of society. The game runs at a consistent pace and performance has been improved across the board. Massive Entertainment might’ve outdone themselves in delivering a star-studded offering for The Division 2’s star-spangled swag. It's got a fantastic sense of place and progression, and the combat scenarios and skills continue to be interesting. There's a lot of love, especially among the minor improvements--the small design decisions that make the act of finding and equipping loot so snappy and convenient, or the smart integration of per-mission multiplayer matchmaking that even lets you call upon other players in the middle of a mission. There are a good mix of opponents to really keep you focused on what's happening--each faction has soldiers dedicated to rushing your position, keeping you suppressed with sniper fire and flushing you out of cover, among other things. Soldiers will frequently attempt to flank you while your attention is diverted, and you can do the same to them. Moody lighting, evocative weather effects, and painstakingly-detailed environments have pretty much become Ubisoft's calling card, and they're all the more impressive when you consider how Division 2 increases the stakes...Early on, The Division 2 feels very similar to the original game, but the small improvements look as though they could help the franchise realize the potential largely missed by The Division when it launched in 2016. Division 2 is a major upgrade over Division 1 and is possibly the best and most comprehensive game of this genre available to gamers.