The Division 2
There’s seldom a shot that’s as satisfying as a headshot from a sniper rifle, though it’s rare to find a game that pulls off the mechanic well.
The Division 2's smart AI and engaging combat makes it easy to forget you're playing a cover shooter
The Division 2 is everything you expect from a good sequel, that much is easy to discern. Followers of the original are already on board to sink another 200 or so hours into it, but it’s how The Division 2 can turn the apathetic into fans that’s worth exploring.
“We’re not talking about zombies here. There are no armies of flying robots taking over. This is not sci-fi. This is a scenario we can plausibly foresee, perhaps just a few decades into the future.”
Insisting The Division 2 is apolitical while marketing it with overtly political messages is some grade-A bullshit
Let’s forget the fact that you play as a sleeper agent who goes around killing looters in a quarantined city for a moment and look at the core message of The Division.
The cultural conjunction of Ross Kemp's face and video games in The Division 2 (game name included for cynical SEO purposes)
Let us all take a moment to appreciate our shining warrior prince, TV hard man Ross Kemp.