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Tom Clancy's The Division

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Tom Clancy's The Division

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Tom Clancy's The Division is an upcoming open world third-person shooter role-playing video game with survival elements.

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Wir leben in einer komplexen Welt. Je weiter der Fortschritt uns trägt, desto anfälliger wird das System. Wir haben ein Kartenhaus errichtet. Zieht man nur eine Karte heraus, fällt alles in sich zusammen.

Black Friday – Eine verheerende Pandemie fegt über New York City hinweg. Die Grundversorgung der Stadt fällt nach und nach aus. Bereits nach wenigen Tagen ohne Nahrung und Wasser stürzt die Gesellschaft in Chaos. Die eigenständige Spezialeinheit The Division ist alarmiert. Die Agenten führen nach außen hin ein ganz gewöhnliches Leben, wurden aber dazu ausgebildet, unabhängig zu operieren und die Gesellschaft zu retten.

Fällt die Gesellschaft, stehen wir auf.

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    NEW YORK ZURÜCKEROBERN
    Willkommen zu einer neuen Next-Gen-Erfahrung in einer fortdauernden und dynamischen Open-World-Umgebung, die von Grund auf für eine kooperative Spielerfahrung geschaffen wurde und in der Erkundung und ständige Weiterentwicklung essenziell sind. Spieler schließen sich mit anderen The-Division-Agenten zusammen. Ihre Mission ist es, die Ordnung wiederherzustellen, die Quelle des Virus ausfindig zu machen und New York zurückzuerobern.
    EINE LEBENDIGE UND PULSIERENDE WELT
    Die Spieler betreten ein Universum, in dem die Tageszeit und die Wetterbedingungen eine entscheidende Rolle spielen. Die Umgebung kann dazu genutzt werden, Gegner in Hinterhalte zu locken und letztlich einen strategischen Vorteil im Kampf zu erlangen. Um überall vor dem tödlichen Virus geschützt zu sein, müssen die Spieler ihre Gasmaske benutzen und verbessern, damit auch stark kontaminierte Gebiete betreten werden können.
    URBANER DSCHUNGEL
    Feindselige Gruppen haben New York City überrannt und versuchen, ihren Vorteil aus der Krise zu ziehen. Spieler kämpfen gegen die „Cleaners”, die an ihren Chemikalienschutzanzügen und den Flammenwerfern zu erkennen sind. Die „Cleaners“ wollen New York von dem Virus befreien, indem sie alles und jeden verbrennen. Eine weitere Gruppierung sind die „Rikers“, eine Bande von verurteilten Straftätern, die der gleichnamigen Gefängnisinsel entfliehen konnten, als das Chaos seinen Lauf nahm. Die „Rikers“ verwüsten die Stadt und kämpfen für ihre Vorherrschaft in New York.
    AUFRÜSTEN!
    Als Mitglied von The Division benutzen die Spieler „State of the Art“-Technologie, in Form von Prototypen, die vernetzt sind. Sie können ihren Charakter und Rucksack individualisieren, ihre Lebensversicherung inmitten der Krise. Über die Smartwatch kommunizieren Spieler jederzeit mit anderen Agenten. Spieler können ihre Gegner ausplündern und die eigene Ausrüstung verbessern.
    SPITZENTECHNOLOGIE
    Die Spieler wählen und verbessern ihre Fähigkeiten und arbeiten mit ihren Teammitgliedern zusammen, um ihre Chancen auf einen Sieg im Kampf zu erhöhen. Die Suchermine findet Feinde selbstständig, um in nächster Nähe zu explodieren. Das Geschütz sorgt für kraftvolle und effiziente Ablenkung und der Impuls gibt eine taktische Übersicht über die Umgebung. Um die Wahrheit hinter der Seuche zu entdecken, nutzen die Spieler die sogenannte ECHO-Fähigkeit. Dahinter verbirgt sich eine Technologie, die es dem Spieler nicht nur ermöglicht, die Pandemie zu verstehen, sondern die zugleich in der Lage ist, Informationen über die Umgebung zu liefern und geheime Vorräte aufzuzeigen.
    NAHTLOSER MEHRSPIELERMODUS: DIE DARK-ZONE
    Spieler betreten die Dark-Zone, ein abgeschottetes Areal im Zentrum von Manhattan. Dort ist die wertvollste Beute zu finden, die das Militär bei der Evakuierung zurückgelassen hat. Die Dark-Zone ist gleichzeitig aber auch das gefährlichste Gebiet im Spiel, in dem Angst, Täuschung und Anspannung dem Spieler alles abverlangen. Nur zusammen mit anderen Spielern ist es möglich, die gefährlichen Gegner zu besiegen und die legendäre Beute mit einem Helikopter aus der Dark-Zone auszufliegen. Es ist dem Spieler überlassen, ob er mit anderen Agenten zusammenarbeitet – oder ihnen in den Rücken fällt, um an das wertvolle Gut zu gelangen.
    SNOWDROP™-ENGINE
    Tom Clancy’s The Division legt mit der neu entwickelten Snowdrop-Engine die Messlatte für Realismus in Videospielen und im Rendering von offenen Welten ein gehöriges Stück höher. Der Spieler kann ein chaotisches und zerstörtes New York erleben, wie es nie zuvor möglich war.

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Publisher:
Ubisoft
Developer:
Massive Entertainment
Genres:
Action, Shooter
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Released:
Dienstag, 8. März 2016
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Languages:
English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese-Brazil, Russian, Spanish, Japanese
Format:
Digital PC Download
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Minimum Requirements
  • Supported OS: Windows® 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 (64-bit versions only).
  • Processor: Intel Core i5-2400 | AMD FX-6100, or better.
  • RAM: 6GB
  • Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 with 2 GB VRAM (current equivalent NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760) | AMD Radeon HD 7770 with 2 GB VRAM, or better – See supported List*.
  • Notebook support: Laptop models of these desktop cards may work as long as they are on-par in terms of performance with at least the minimum configuration. For an up-to-date list of supported hardware, please visit the FAQ for this game on our website: http://support.ubi.com
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Hard Drive Space: 40 GB available space.
  • Optical Drive: DVD-ROM Dual Layer.
  • Peripherals Supported: Windows-compatible keyboard, mouse, headset, optional controller.
  • Multiplayer: Broadband connection with 256 kbps upstream, or faster.
Recommended Requirements
  • Supported OS: Windows® 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 (64-bit versions only)
  • Processor: Intel Core i7-3770 | AMD FX-8350, or better.
  • RAM: 8GB
  • Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 | AMD Radeon R9 290, or better – See supported List*
  • Notebook support: Laptop models of these desktop cards may work as long as they are on-par in terms of performance with at least the minimum configuration. For an up-to-date list of supported hardware, please visit the FAQ for this game on our website: http://support.ubi.com
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Hard Drive Space: 40 GB available space.
  • Optical Drive: DVD-ROM Dual Layer.
  • Peripherals Supported: Windows-compatible keyboard, mouse, headset, optional controller.
  • Multiplayer: Broadband connection with 512 kbps upstream, or faster.
  • *Supported NVIDIA cards at time of release: GeForce GTX500 series: GeForce GTX560 (2 GB VRAM) or better • GeForce GTX600 series: GeForce GTX660 or better • GeForce GTX700 series: GeForce GTX760 or better • GeForce GTX900 Titan series: GeForce GTX960 or better
  • *Supported AMD cards at time of release: Radeon HD7000 series: Radeon HD7770 (2 GB VRAM) or better • Radeon 200 series: Radeon R7 270 or better • Radeon 300/Fury X series: Radeon R7 370 or better.
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80
Great game to play with friends, bad game to play it alone.

NeoJ

The Division is one of those multiplayer games where there is not a story worth it, full of secondary missions and lacking some more main quests. Collectibles, lots of hours walking and running in a post apocalyptic NYC doing nothing, and way too many inventory to even care about it. Yes, I liked The Division and I'm not being ironic. The thing is, The Division has one of the most advanced IA's I've seen in a game. You may think this is just another third person shooter where you hide behind walls and take down the enemies from there, but it is not. You actually need to move from cover to cover to survive, and coopearting with your team mates is mandatory to achieve all the objectives. You will be easily surrounded by enemies that don't think twice when it comes to coming after you, and you really need to develop advanced strategies to kill the most powerful enemies out there. Graphics are cool. Yes, downgrade is a thing if you compare it to the E3 trailers, but it is still cool with some outstanding lightning effects. It is not a "pretty game" to look at, but graphics are really nice. So, buy it if you find someone who wants to play with you. It is not the best game, but it is worth the money.

100
A really fun and enjoyable tactical shooter !

russel_vjd

The Division is a new MMO-like game which as an online (Coop) game will fascinate you for days. As a teamwork based game I suggest this game to you all. You can play the game solo too but the best experience comes as coop especially if you have some good friends to play it with, after you progress a little bit in the game you will notice a Red Zone on the map called as Dark Zone which is really cool and you can find most and best moments in there, and yeah the weather effects of the game are really beautiful especially at nights and with blizzards which really makes you feel you are in a god forsaken city and no one can help you but yourself and some of your skilled friends, the gameplay of the game as a tactical shooter is really nice and the weapon and cloths customization is really enjoyable. the developers are still supporting the game and they recently announced which in a new patch coming in fall some new areas of the map will be unlocked or added to it so i guess there would be kind of a new challenge if you are interested! all in all I recommend trying this game if you are a tactical TPS player and do not forget to bring some friends with you because you will definitely going to need them!

80
Great game but not for everyone

Securitywhite

I've had and played this game since it first came out - and while the game has certainly had its bad patches and updates, its most recent updates have been quality, and have brought new life to the game. The type of people who will like this game, are the type of people who are a fan of grinding for gear and levels. The campaign was a lot of fun to run through with friends, but after completing the whole campaign there is a grind to get to level 30 which turned off one of my friends. After hitting level 30, there is a whole new multiplayer world in the dark zone, and many other DLC events such as survival and the underground to play through. Game mechanics are a must to learn to succeed in the dark zone, and new players may find this frustrating but for $20.00 for the game and another $15.00 for the last stand DLC, you will get many hours of fun gameplay.

80
Ubisoft upholds Tom Clancy name beautifully!

alekskot

I should start by saying that I was extremely wary of this game. I've been a huge fan of Tom Clancy games since the first installment of Rainbow Six, and while some games have let me down (here's looking at you, Ghost Recon) I still have a lot of faith in the name. I'd never played Destiny, or any other game that fit into this genre, to be honest. The first time I loaded up the beta, I didn't know what I would expect. But once I did, I could see clearly what the game had been working towards. Now I'm playing the full game, and loving every single minute of it. I'd have to say that the highlight of this game is the city, itself. I'd seen many pre-release videos about the map size and am glad to say that most of them are completely misleading. First and foremost, The Division's rendition of New York is massive! In fact, I don't think I've ever seen such an intricate map. If you play through the game never going outside of the guiding the GPS gives you, then sure, it might seem slightly larger. But if you're intent on scouring the city for every bit of intel and shortcut, you'll find yourself in the middle of beautifully detailed apartments and alleys, and none ever seeming too similar. Top notch level design. One of the next things I think of when I think Clancy is the story. Without giving anything away, Ubisoft did not miss a beat. Outside of a few quirky characters (which I boil down to a representation of New Yorkers) there is no bad dialogue in the game. In fact, it's so spot on, the immersion is nearly insane. It's so easy to slip into The Division, as Ubisoft delivered such a spot-on rendition of this crisis story. Let's talk gameplay. I can't tell you with 100% certainty about the tutorials... I skipped them. Which probably led to me not finding out about some of the game's functionality until much later in the game. I can tell you, that even missing the ability to drink water and such, the game handles wonderfully. The cover system is smooth, smart and keeps a great pace. The abilities function exactly as I want them and the gun-play is easy going. Last but not least... the dark zone (or DZ.) I didn't wander into the DZ into the beta, promising myself that I would wait until the full release to explore and see what laid in wait. I figured, with such a strong single-player/coop story, the multiplayer facet could be trash as far as I was concerned, and I still wouldn't have been disappointed. With that being said, wow. The dark zone not only offers an endgame experience, but serves as an extension of the game's story, which is something I cherished. While there are some limitations, such as enemy strength and inventory size that kind of dictate the pace of the DZ, I don't find it at all cumbersome, but actually refreshing as it keeps the competitive side of the DZ relative with periodic extractions. All in all, Ubisoft's recent track history with many series' has not been fantastic. It's amazing to see what they were able to pull off in spite of that, and The Division is definitely going down in the category of games I will be talking about for years to come.

60
Grindfest.

gmgtochuje

Tom Clancy's The Division in theory had an interesting idea for itself but sadly the game suffers from an unused potential syndrome. The interesting plot turned out to be very short which is disappointing. After I run through the main storyline and performed all the side missions, there was nothing else to do but to sacrifice all the free time to the boring process of grinding. And that's what it is, a neverending grindfest which is best to play together with your friends.

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