The Division is pretty dense, but the map is restricted to just one borough. “How big is The Division‘s map?” is one of the most frequently asked questions now that the veil of secrecy has lifted on Ubisoft’s shared-worlds shooter.
Looks like they are definitely going to expand the map size in future dlc (free and/or paid)
I hope they include the rest of NY later on
Would be great. Full city is huge but something like central park area or some of the other boroughs is just as good. Don't want too much where it takes too long to get places, too far from other players and too much stuff that the game runs slower.
Brooklyn won't be available at launch but it will be eventually.
Brooklyn, Harlem, Queens, Bronx? Sounds a whole lot like The Reef, Saturn, Mercury, and Jupiter to me. Ubisoft and Activision a match made in hell, honeymoon on Earth.....I'm still getting the Division though.
No one wants to goto the bronx
Cant watch the video, hope its big...
Its not about the size, its about how condensed it is. I hate how its now a competition to make enormous maps, it does not make the game better in any way.
Expansion packs like in World of Warcraft, a level cap increase and world expanded.
Yeah I hope it gets bigger, looks like it will, but we'll see. I'll pay for a extra boroughs
So it appears that map size was downgraded as well? I remember back in the 2013 E3 demo they looked across the water at the end and the chick said something about "we should go over there later and check it out" or some such thing. Did we ever get any confirmation of how large the map would be prior to videos like this? I mean, the map seems pretty small compared to what I thought it would have been. Or maybe it's limited in the beta?
Anybody else notice how you can see enemy players through walls? That seems silly for a game with a fairly heavy emphesis on pvp.
You can see high level rogues (increasing the risk of being one), or you can use a skill which temporarily shows.
I might just pass on this one, don't have alot of faith in Ubisoft lately!
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