The Division 2 Video Review
Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 is an online action role-playing video game developed by Massive Entertainment and published by Ubisoft. Set in the near future after a smallpox epidemic (we really should have cracked down on anti-vaxxers sooner, huh?), it’s played in the third-person perspective as a sequel to The Division, released 2016. Looter shooters have garnered a bad reputation recently after a serious market saturation with them, so how does The Divison 2 fit into 2019? Our video review below goes into all the juicy details.
As we said in our review, “The Division 2 is all about giving people what they want, and getting rid of what they don’t. Ubisoft listened real hard, and shipped a game with one mission: being fun. Spoiler: it is. One of the things that stands out about The Division 2 – and is perhaps more of an indictment for the industry than something to outright celebrate – is that it feels finished. Multiplayer isn’t broken, clans aren’t coming later, and you won’t have to wait for the spring update to participate in the endgame. That’s why I’m writing this review now, and not in a month or so when the dust settles. The Division 2 is locked and loaded, and any bugs I encountered were squashed by the next time I saddled up.”
Have you picked up the game yet? Have you loved it as much as we did (you know, for actually feeling like a finished game at release)? Let us know in the comments below!