Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 begins with a polished, well-thought-out growth path that is easy to follow. Throughout most of the 60 hours of gaming, you will be completely absorbed by the game’s excellent gunplay, valuable treasure, and stunning landscape, which was bursting with reasons to explore.
Although the scenario of The Division 2 appears to take up where the first game’s post-pandemic tale left off in respect to both plot and cover based shooting, it rapidly becomes apparent that several parts of the game’s gameplay have been significantly enhanced. The game’s gunplay has a significant impact – adversaries respond more quickly to being shot and die more quickly.
When playing The Division 2, you’ll find chests and treasures around every corner, and there is bountiful loot that certainly enhances the experience of playing in the game’s amazingly well-realized reproduction of Washington, DC. Compared to the original game’s representation of New York City, the capital has been meticulously filled with an incredible amount of detail and has far greater environmental diversity.
It’s a great third-person shooter that focuses on co-op shootouts with 3 independent sides (and subsequently, a fourth) while also allowing you to build skills, powers, and a loadout that suits your play style. There’s so much to accomplish in this game that you’ll be enjoying for hundreds of hours. The Division 2 takes everything that was good in The Division and puts them all together with many new additions to create a game that is considerably better.