Tom Clancy's The Division for Xbox One
Xbox One

Tom Clancy's The Division

Mar 8, 2016
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About this game

Content Rating: Mature


A devastating pandemic sweeps through New York City, and one by one, basic services fail. In only days, without food or water, society collapses into chaos. The Division, a classified unit of self-supported tactical agents, is activated. Leading seemingly ordinary lives among us, Division agents are trained to operate independently in order to save society. When society falls, your mission begins. TOTAL BREAKDOWN: We live in a fragile and complex world, a web of interdependent systems we rely on every day. When one fails, others follow, creating a domino effect that can cripple society in just days.

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Critic Reviews

26 Reviews
Mitchell SaltzmanMar 17, 2016
Tom Clancy's The Division is a game that demands to be played with other people. It's biggest gameplay flaws are forgivable once you add a friend into the mix, but as a solo experience it can be an exhausting grind with little in the way of rewards or satisfaction. Fans of shooters with RPG elements like Borderlands and Destiny will no doubt want to give The Division a look, but make sure you've got some buddies to come along with you for the ride.
Shawn PetraschukMar 16, 2016
With enough content to keep players busy for a long time, and a support plan from Ubisoft that should see the shelf life extend long past just the release window, you’ll likely be playing The Division for a while. Control issues aside, if you’re itching for something to get you away from Destiny then this could be the game to do it.
Vince IngenitoMar 16, 2016
There’s definitely some decent meat to chew on in The Division, but it’s usually surrounded by too much gristle to enjoy it for long. Both in combat and out, there are some clearly good ideas, especially the tense and dangerous Dark Zone. But they’re not spread evenly or interwoven cleanly enough to form a cohesive, consistently enjoyable loop.

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