Tom Clancy's The Division 2
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Themes: ActionAdventureRPGMilitary ShooterOpen WorldSurvivalCoopMultiplayerOnline Co-opSingle-playerThird-Person Shooter
Developer: Massive Entertainment
Content Rating: Mature
Washington D.C. is on the brink of collapse. Lawlessness and instability threaten our society, and rumors of a coup in the capitol are only amplifying the chaos. All active Division agents are desperately needed to save the city before it's too late. You are a member of the Division, an elite group of civilian agents charged with being the last line of defense. With DC at risk, it's time to gear up and use your unique skills to take on this new threat.
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What Ubisoft has done with The Division 2 is something every developer should aspire to do. Not only did they address major complaints from the last game but they made substantial innovations in the form of progression, structure, content, gameplay, and more. Without a doubt, The Division 2 is the ultimate sequel anyone could ask for, full stop.
The Division impresses on many fronts. The engrossing world is teeming with areas to explore and the campaign is too enticing to walk away from. The lack of mobility is upsetting but after playing for hours these fault began to bleed away. The Division satisfies and those wishing to explore the destroyed city of Manhattan will find plenty to do. Once you start playing it'll be hard to stop.
The loop is satisfying, because the shiny carrot at the end of the stick is within touching distance at all times. Those looking for reason behind it all will feel cheated. The Division 2 could have been more. But, hey, as far as dull, well-made third person shooters without a single thing to say on absolutely anything, this is a pretty decent one.