This couldn't be further from the truth, even if the theory was found on the planet, non-planet Pluto.
If anything, wild lands is more far cry/assassin creed.
Yeah, I would even throw Grand Theft Auto out there too.
GR: Wildlands are The Division are exactly the same game. In fact, RB6, GR: Wildlands, The Division and For Honor are exactly the same game. By that I mean that they're all Ubisoft games with multiplayer components that will be infested by hackers and exploiters for months while the developers do absolutely nothing but count their money. When will people learn?
smh....not even the same genre, not even being made by the same team.
I don't care what team those games are made by, the games are all published by Ubisoft and they refuse to invest in cheat detection which lead to rampaging hackers on the PC and pervasive community clearing exploits on the console.
I have not had any issues with playing Division on Xbox One or Rainbow 6 on PS4. Granted I've only had Rainbow for a week, so maybe they've already fixed exploits.
The Division had (might still have, don't play it anymore) a long history of issues on PS4 from my experience. Though, the majority of it being with the game, not the netcode. Not that the netcode is all that great, it isn't, but the glitches... so many glitches. Especially with the stupid barrier ability.
isnt this obvious? Only people who would align the two are ignorant haters. These are fundamentally different experiences.
outside of co-op and clear visual clues i don't see how people compare these games.
Wildlands most likely fell off everyone's radar after the real gameplay footage was shown a few weeks back and it was ugly af
I want to see how it plays with just one person. I'm not interested in co-op, so want to see how you control the AI and what you can do compared to what they showed at the event which seemed to be an extreme case of 'go anywhere, do anything'.
You can't play solo with ai partners in the division as far as I know..
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