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- Seamless Multiplayer: The Dark Zone - Collaborate with other players, or attack and steal their loot.
- A Living, Breathing World - Use the environment for strategic advantages to dominate fights and ambush your enemies.
- Urban Jungle - Fight the Cleaners who wield flamethrowers, take on thugs who roam the city, and encounter enemy factions.
- Gear Up and Customize Your Agent - Customize your agent and your backpack. Level up your weapons, gear, and skills.
- Cutting-Edge Tech - Choose and upgrade your skills, and synergize with teammates to increase your chances of winning in combat.
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Take Back New York
Welcome to a next-gen experience in a persistent and dynamic open world environment that is built from the ground up for co-op and where exploration and player progression are essential. Teaming up with other Division agents, your mission is to restore order, investigate the source of the virus, and take back New York.
Seamless Multiplayer: The Dark Zone
Enter the Dark Zone, a walled-off quarantine zone in the middle of Manhattan where the most valuable loot was left behind when the military evacuated. It’s also the most dangerous area in the game, where fear, betrayal, and tension are high. Team up with other players to take down your enemies and extract legendary loot via helicopter. It’s your choice to collaborate with other agents, or attack them and steal their loot.
New York City is being overrun by hostile groups trying to take advantage of the crisis. Beware of the thugs who roam in packs through the city, preying on the weak. Fight against the Cleaners, who wear hazmat suits and wield flamethrowers, set on cleaning New York from the virus by burning everything and everyone. Engage with the Rikers, a gang of convicts that escaped Rikers Island when the chaos hit, and who are ravaging the city and vying for its control.
Gear Up and Customize your Agent
Harness state-of-the-art technology, both networked and prototype, as a member of The Division. Customize your character and your backpack, your lifeline in mid-crisis New York. Communicate with other agents at all times with your smartwatch. Loot fallen enemies and customize and level up your weapons, gear, and skills.
Top Customer Reviews
The gameplay is solid, if not a little uninspired. Shooting feels a little bland, aiming isn't as tight as it feels like it should be. This could just be my problem, however. Once I started reaching higher levels and getting better weapons, this got a little better; I don't know if I got more skilled or the weapons alleviated some of those issues, or a combination of both. The cover mechanic functions as well. I found myself pulling out of cover on accident and getting nailed, but with time, I got much better with paying attention to what I was doing. Enemy AI seems competent. You have particular enemies that employ particular strategies. For instance, there are "brawler" types that will rush you hard with a bat or a shotgun. You've got your typical cover fire shooters, the occasional sniper, and then your elite guys which can fall in any category but have the added benefit of additional health and armor. The enemies are bullet sponges, but not so much to a fault. I would say that have the right amount of health to allow them to deploy strategic attacks on your group without feeling overpowered in the process.
The Division's structure and systems are elaborate, and you'll probably feel overwhelmed once you make it to the Manhattan for the first time.Read more ›
Strong solo play and RPG elements!! I am playing solo and I am loving it--got about 20 hours in and cant wait to get back. I think a lot of gamers really arent familiar with the standard RPG elements of loot grinding, level based combat, and slow progression towards a goal as you constantly improve/redefine your character. Division seems to use that template, and they do a heck of a job. New York is amazing, with occasionally heartbreaking elements of Christmas, lost dogs, and desperate people. Is it a bit too repetitive? Yes, just as most good RPGs are.
UPDATE: added some more specific comments in response to a question.:
Division is a weird game in that its really a MMO but it only feels that way in the "safe zones" which is the only place you see other players, un less you're playing as a group. So, when you step out into New York you feel totally alone...which is brilliant, because the city is so well done and haunting.Read more ›
The game looks great, sounds great, and generally plays really well, when you consider that it is nothing more than a giant open-world shooter, with very generic missions, very generic enemies, and very generic goals. It would seem the only goals of The Division is to level-up, obtain loot, and "make your own fun". It's that last goal that is key -- the game isn't really designed to be fun in any way, it's up to you and your friends to make it so.
Core mission structure is very generic. Go to a location, shoot several waves of enemies, defeat some type of boss. Bosses are bullet sponges. As a single player, some of the bosses will require 25 headshots with a rifle in order to take them down. This isn't fun. If you team-up with your friends, the bosses and enemies level accordingly, so it's just as tedious.
Main story missions are level-locked. There are three types, each with the goal of upgrading your "base". Unfortunately, you get to a point where the recommended minimum level for the main story missions are several levels above your current level. Since you'd get decimated trying to complete the mission, your only option is to grind on side-missions until your level either matches or exceeds the recommended minimum level.
Unfortunately, side-missions are just as boring and repetitive as the main story missions. Defend a supply drop, rescue a hostage, take down random bad guys looting in the streets. I could only play an hour at a time before the monotony forced me to turn the game off.
In fact, the city is rather desolate. It's big, it's detailed, but there's hardly anything going on. Where Watch_Dogs was bustling with activity, The Division is a direct polar opposite.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
"I tried so hard and got so far, but in the end it doesn't even matter.." Great song by Linkin Park, mediocre game by Ubisoft. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Elkin
Waste of time and money! If you purchased season pass as I did and still waiting for dlc content!? Patches have practically rendered the game pointless if playing solo. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Steven
Not as I expected.
Requires internet connection, and Ubisoft server fails to connect on weekends. Read more
This game is great and has LOADS of potential!
Pros: Great mechanics and build setup. Many weapons, and gear to equip to customize your agent. Read more
This review is being written a few months after purchase/release of the game.
I eventually sold this game due to no longer playing it. Read more