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Ubisoft and Massive Entertainment follow up on the amazing success that was The Division with a powerful sequel – Tom Clancy’s The Division 2. Numerous hours of work have been and still are being put in to make the game feel similar to what its predecessor did yet carry its own unique character, which, from the limited amount we’ve seen from the game thus far, the developers seem to have been able to do.
Although the first game definitely was not criticized for lack of realism, the developers wanted to climb one more step toward the real-feel. This led to The Division 2 game having brand new sound effects, including the gunshot sounds, as well as improved animations, which have slightly slowed down the character movement, making it more lifelike, yet not sluggish in any way.
The major change, however, comes in the fact that Tom Clancy’s Division 2 has moved from New York to Washington D.C. where the action takes place in a post-pandemic environment of the capital state.
What To Expect
The game has not officially launched yet, leaving many to speculate on its quality, however, you can already pre-order a Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 key, which gives you access to the Beta version of the game as well as some extra perks.
As far as what you get for the Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 price, which does come in at standard AAA pricing, you are actually getting an insane bang for your buck. The games’ developers have already announced that it will have 3 major expansions in the first year of its release, but guess what? All of them will come completely free to everyone who has purchased the game, meaning no more wasting money just to get up to date!