The Division 2 Articles
The Division 2 got off to a good start with a solid launch, but it’s now clear that there are issues with the endgame. Recently, the team put together a post addressing most of TD2’s often discussed concerns along with plans on how they’ll be dealing with them. Those plans are why we’ve learned that Title Update 3, scheduled to release on April 25, is now set to drop in May.
Hey, Agents! We have something special for you over here. Red Thomas returns to Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 with more tips for players. Enhance your calm, John Spartan, and let Red make a few more suggestions on also how to enhance your in-game experience, as well.
Top Ten lists are for plebs, so Red Thomas offers nine tips for The Division 2 players drawing on his own experience in the game. If you’re a new player or returning from the first game, Red lists things he didn’t know until later that may help in maximizing your gaming experience.
The time has finally come and The Division 2 is upon us. It’s a big game, far expanded from the original, and we’re reporting from the front lines with the first entry in our review-in-progress format. Our early access started alongside everyone else this past Tuesday and we’ve spent the last three days digging in and seeing just what this sequel has to offer. Join us as we begin to review The Division 2.
Red Thomas looks at The Division 2 and assesses whether he thinks it’s worth the buy or not. Red explores some of the content differences that have changed since the first game and ponders whether his previous story-breaking constitutional concerns still trouble him in the sequel.
Watching Massive’s Endgame info dump livestream yesterday, I found myself nodding so often I could have probably hurt my neck. I can’t possibly speak to how good of a game The Division 2 will end up being at this point, but one thing’s for sure, it won’t be lacking in endgame content.