Tom Clancy’s The Division is already based into an immense open world rendition of New York, and we can expect a whole lot of gameplay from our purchase
until they shut down the servers. while i think this game looks amazing, the only flaw this game has imo is that it's always online.
That worked for MMOs for years, and no one really complains. By when the servers will go down, you'll have gotten way more in entertainment than what you paid for.
true, but a campaign wouldn't hurt. either way i'm getting the game.
@MrSwankSinatra: I do think there's a campaign, it's just online like the rest of the game.
cant wait to play this game
I wish if they improve the hitting system , It feels empty to me , they need to learn from gears of war or the last of us or even call of duty. When you kill someone in these games you feel really satisfied. Hope they do that or else it won't be that fun for me , i get bored fast when the killing feels that way. Nevertheless, Everything else looks promising :P
Beta Please for my PS4 when I get it would be Epic!
I don't know why but iam sensing a ps4 exclusive beta :P
I think that was already confirmed? Edit: My bad, that was Elder Scrolls Online. bad mental assiociation.
Exactly the feeling I got when I saw the gameplay, the gun play doesn't look good as you put it the gun play looks empty.
Might get more cities!!! OMFG! D.C. would be amazing!
Maybe its just me, but The Division looks too similar to Watchdogs.....maybe its the fact that they are both third person open world games.
Personally I think there will be a demand for sizable DLC simply from initial responses--it would have to bomb pretty bad otherwise. I'm not too worried as nearly all Tom Clancy games are quality (not consistent but still enjoyable) but you never know. I'm really looking forward to this game and just hope its one of the best examples of both TC and Ubisoft games. I am also curious what kind of dlc it might have (although really too early to speculate) as both "small" adventures as well as big could be great. By that I mean big as in large cities to explore similar to NYC but smaller more personal experiences are great as well (such as solo or group excersions to find supplies, personnel, or to just further the "story" be it main or to flesh out smaller details or characters). NYC after all is a huge transportation hub for both US and world travel/commerce so people all over the world would have a reason both to come to or leave it even in post apacolyptic/war settings. It sounds great though no matter what may come later as long as it lives up to what we've seen so far. Biggest complaint is gunplay lacks that extra something atm.
Me likey. Me wantey.
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