Tom Clancy's The Division is an upcoming open world third-person shooter role-playing video game with survival elements.
In the game, a disease that spreads on Black Friday causes the United States Government to collapse in five days; basic services fail one by one, and without access to food or water, the country quickly descends into chaos. In the wake of the devastating pandemic that sweeps through cities across the country, including New York City, it is discovered that the spread of the disease is transmitted through germs on banknotes .
As a last resort, the player is part of a classified unit of self-supported tactical agents, known as the "Strategic Homeland Division (SHD).
I was right about this game, looking at release. I should of waited, I should waited for December, bought the game on sale with all DLC. Wasn't worth the fullprice, luckily I got it on sale for 30 something pounds. Boring as hell alone, in my opinion. But really great with friends. Game looks amazing, it runs amazing. A looter shooter with friends, that what I will recommend it as.
es mucho mejor que destiny, me parece muy buen juego sin irse a obra maestra, pero es bastante disfrutable con buenas graficas a salvedad del downgrade, de todas formas tiene escenarios muy bellos, vale la pena comprarlo aunque es preferible esperar a que baje de precio.
The Dev's, since launch through the most recent patches, have put a lot of effort in to turning this game in to what the community hopes it could be. It's finally starting to seem like it's on the right path. However, after serveral sets of updates, Ubisoft tried hard to fix bugs and improve the gaming experiences. In 1.5 update, the survial mission just meet the expectation in the very begining. (the setting of this game is all about survial, right?) Gamer often experience the Delta issue which the connection quality is low and the disconnection occur frequentyly. The second reason from stop you to buy it is the autistic gaming routine can really let you feel numb...for most of missions, their pattens almost tell not much different. Many players put high hope on this game, hopefully, Ubisoft did something. Keep fighting the good fight!
The Division is back on track, and things are looking positive for the future. It took a great deal of time to work out the issues in mechanics, network code, anti-cheat, and engine related problems; however, all of that has been addressed and moving forward since v1.5 was issued. I took a great deal of time away from the game, but it was a welcomed return to find the game in its present state. Updated with The Division's current presentation and offerings through various DLC/Expansion material, it falls into the "must play" catagory. 8/10 There are still some issues with the NPC spawn system, various trigger points in the Challenge content, and some lackluster items that are still in need of tweaking. Albeit, a fantastic shooter with a very unique setting and hours of content.
So, it's ok. I got this free when I purchased my newest video card, and I'm glad it was free. It's not that it's a BAD game, I just haven't found myself going back to it like I do with other games. The mechanics are pretty great, the environment is gorgeous, it's just that it feels like it's lacking soul, or something like that. Every encounter seems to be the same, even if you're technically doing different things - searching for clues, clearing out a building of baddies... you're really just walking/running from one place to another, having a bit of action, maybe getting some items, then back to walking/running around. And maybe it's just me, but the upgrade/item system seems overly complicated. I am, admittedly, a casual gamer, but it's just kinda crazy how deep it goes, and the crafting of items seems tacked on. So, if you find on a deal, great! If not, wait for a Winter Sale!
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