Peek At Tom Clancy’s The Division Post Launch Plans And Season Pass
If the base game has plenty of new and unique content. Then I will definitely pick this game up provided the gameplay is great. I played Destiny hardcore from the start and I feel like I got cheated. I want say I didnt get my money's worth because I did. But we where all lead to believe Destiny would be this amazing experience with this deep story. A year later Bungie begin to live up to that promise. Which is fine for those who werent there Day 1 like me. I don't look down on anyone that like this game now, but I feel cheated and I will be really careful with buying this sort of game in the future. Which is why I am going to be very cautious with The Division.
Well said. I'm in the same boat. I've been very excited looking at this game, but fighting to not get too hyped for it and get let down.
One of my housemates plays it all the time, had it since day 1, but seems to have picked it up after 6 months plus off. New DLC deals have done the trick, but certainly for the type of game it is, there just was not enough there. We will see with this.
The beta makes it appear like the main game is going to be rich with content so I won't be complaining
Yea I'm enjoying it. And the bullet sponge thing isn't really an issue at all. If you just burst fire most end meows go down in like 9 bullets unless they have armor
You would think a headshot would make them go down quicker, but it doesn't seem like it does.
I'm really hoping this game has the lasting power that Destiny has, but with making sure Day 1 adopters always get treated better.
Totally agree. I want extra perks for day 1 adopters only.
They need to expand the map that should be their main objective, don't give me skins and crap, I want to see the rest of New York. All I want is China Town to be there from the start xD
I want all of New York, and then a subway opening to New Jersey.
If done right, they could continue expansions indefinitely
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