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Tom Clancy's The Division 2

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VentureBeat / Gamesbeat (95 out of 100)

Whatever frustrations and let-downs fans of The Division suffered, their patience has been more than repaid with The Division 2. With new, free content scheduled for release throughout 2019, and considering Ubisoft’s recent track record with keeping releases like Rainbow Six Siege and Ghost Recon Wildlands fresh for years with new content, I wouldn’t bet against The Division 2 being a thousand-hour game for dedicated players.

Apr 5th, 2019 · Xbox One · read review

GameSpot (9 out of 10)

The setting of The Division 2 is ripe for potential, and it's a shame the game doesn't use it to say anything. I have absolutely no clue why I'm here, what anyone's motivations are, and I wish I had a strong narrative driver to fuel a purpose behind my endless hunger for progression. This letdown is hard to ignore for the game's initial hours, but the strength of the systems and design that fuel The Division 2 as a game are compelling enough to keep you captivated for dozens more. The range of enemy types continues to keep combat encounters challenging, the equipment I earn and pick up continues to feel different, valuable, and asks me to consider new ways of play. The ravaged environments continue to intrigue, and sometimes they're so stunning I find myself needing to take screenshots before I move on. It might not have much to say, but The Division 2 is a perpetual cycle of tension, relief, and reward that's difficult to stay away from.

Mar 22nd, 2019 · Xbox One · read review

MKAU Gaming (9 out of 10)

Ubisoft have mapped out a strong game with the grounds being firmly concreted in this RPG, looter shooter. All they can do now if keep building on this already immensely addictive and enjoyable experience, which I know they will.

Mar 22nd, 2019 · Xbox One · read review

Meristation (9 out of 10)

Terminamos tal y como empezamos: The Division 2 es el mejor looter shooter de la generación. No hay lugar a dudas con el excelso trabajo que Massive Entertainment ha hecho a la hora de construir una secuela por derecho. Pero el mérito no viene de ahora; han sido años de trabajo constante durante el apoyo que recibió la entrega original, la que hoy, en pleno 2019, se convertiría en los cimientos sólidos de un título de presente y futuro. No solo mejora lo construido, sino que avanza en aspectos en los que el resto de competidores flaquean. Su novedoso endgame es el ejemplo de que, si se quiere, hay posibilidad de ofrecer muchísimo contenido desde el primer día que pisa el mercado. Se acabó el echar una moneda al aire. The Division 2 sienta un precedente que dictarå, para bien, el camino del género.

Mar 21st, 2019 · Xbox One · read review

Way Too Many Games (9 out of 10)

The Division 2 does an excellent job of making it feel like home, and for people that truly enjoy the RPG mechanics and how deep they can go, it also feels surprisingly fresh. Ubisoft spent years tweaking and polishing The Division’s formula, and they took everything that they learned and improved upon them in a way that moves the game forward. A “shared world shooter” may not be your thing, but The Division 2 is clearly the most complete and proficient of the bunch. That bar may not have been high, but it is now.

May 10th, 2019 · Xbox One · read review

TrueAchievements (4.5 out of 5)

No matter how you felt about the first game, The Division 2 is likely to please players on all sides of the conversation. Ubisoft has taken criticisms to heart, and made changes that capitalize on the series' potential in ways the first game never did. Their approach to this title should be considered a success on many fronts, with their main downgrade from the predecessor coming in the form of a lackluster main plot and forgettable characters. Technical issues and instances of poor AI shouldn’t be ignored either, but they’re outshined by the superb gameplay improvements that include meaningful optional content, a deeper well of skills and gear, and a more level playing field in PvP. The Division 2 has something here for fans, critics, and newcomers alike.

Apr 5th, 2019 · Xbox One · read review

GeneraciĂłn Xbox (9 out of 10)

Donde otros fallan, The Division 2 brilla. Por ello me atrevo a decir que (temĂĄticas y narrativas aparte) estamos ante el mejor looter shooter de la generaciĂłn. Ubisoft ha sabido reformular su fĂłrmula, se ha quitado todos los complejos y sinsabores de la primera entrega, y ha ofrecido al jugador una experiencia total sin aferrarse al futuro. Nos ha mostrado a todos el camino sentando un precedente sobre cĂłmo se debe lanzar al mercado un videojuego de estas caracterĂ­sticas. Es una lecciĂłn para la industria y para nosotros, sus consumidores. Pero sobretodo, es un magnĂ­fico tĂ­tulo de duraciĂłn incalculable.

Mar 25th, 2019 · Xbox One · read review

Worth Playing (9 out of 10)

Not only is The Division 2 a solid gaming experience, but it's also one that Ubisoft plans to continually support over time. We've already seen the beginning of that support, and there is no indication that it'll let up. Whether you are a solo player or someone ready to jump in with a squad of friends, The Division 2 is a game you don't want to miss.

May 6th, 2019 · Xbox One · read review

Jump Dash Roll (9 out of 10)

The Division 2 is a hefty step-up from its predecessor, with a massive amount of content to keep you engaged for weeks. Massive has created a truly engaging shared world game which remembers it's the players, and not the shareholders, that come first and foremost.

Apr 17th, 2019 · Xbox One · read review

Gamers' Temple, The (88 out of 100)

Saving Washington from itself will keep you busy for quite some time.

Apr 29th, 2019 · Xbox One · read review

4Players.de (6 out of 7)

Das zweite Division mag sich von seiner Anlage her in derselben Liga wie Destiny oder Anthem befinden – spielerisch ist die Fortsetzung beiden Konkurrenten ĂŒberlegen! Das ist zumindest mein Eindruck der ersten drei Tage, in denen ich ĂŒber eine Welt gestaunt habe, die stellenweise schlicht famos aussieht und auch inhaltlich angenehm lebendig wirkt. Denn Massive Entertainment hat etliche Kleinigkeiten des VorgĂ€ngers konsequent verbessert. So machen die packenden Feuergefechte unglaublich viel Spaß, weil sich die satt knallenden Waffen verdammt gut anfĂŒhlen, Gegner glaubhaft auf Beschuss reagieren, einen gleichzeitig aber geschickt umlaufen und gefĂ€hrliche Spezialwaffen nutzen. (...) Großartig ist aber vor allem das virtuelle Washington selbst, in dem man Freunde und Feinde beim AusfĂŒhren verschiedener AktivitĂ€ten beobachtet und selbst eine Vielzahl zufĂ€lliger bzw. vorgegebener Aufgaben erledigt.

Mar 15th, 2019 · Xbox One · read review

Jeuxvideo.com (17 out of 20)

Si on ne pourra pas reprocher à celles et ceux qui jouent encore au premier The Division de grogner contre l'absence de nouveautés tranchées, il est cependant difficile de nier que ce Division 2 est une vraie réussite. Proposant un contenu varié, agréable et dense, le titre de Massive dispose en outre d'une carte somptueuse et admirablement construite que l'on prend un plaisir sans cesse renouvelé à explorer. Fun, nerveux et complet, The Division 2 est assurément le jeu le plus solide sur son secteur et garantira des heures et des heures de fun en dépit de ses quelques défauts qui subsistent ici ou là.

Mar 19th, 2019 · Xbox One · read review

XboxAchievements (85 out of 100)

The Division 2 is almost certainly a step up from its predecessor, offering more content than you can shake a stick at and enough tweaks to make it feel somewhat fresh. While Massive has attempted to rectify the issues of the original, it hasn’t quite managed that yet: yes, enemies are still kind of bullet-spongey and the missions can get quite repetitive after a while, but aside from that, The Division 2 is an impressive follow-up, building upon what was already a solid foundation.

Mar 19th, 2019 · Xbox One · read review

TheXboxHub ( )

It’s not perfect though and as I said at the beginning of this piece there will be many out there who find they aren’t happy with the finest of fine details. But for me, I don’t care about all that rubbish and am instead hugely excited to keep spending time in this rundown American capital. With the promise of new free content further down the line, the future looks even brighter for The Division 2 than it is even now.

Mar 29th, 2019 · Xbox One · read review

The Guardian ( )

The closest it gets, perhaps, is in the returning Dark Zones, quarantined areas where you’ll encounter AI opponents and other players, all searching for top-grade gear that must be extracted by calling a helicopter. It’s possible, here, to betray other players, pinching their spoils or ambushing them for kicks. Ubisoft has grandly styled this side of the game a “social experiment”, and it’s certainly a thrill to meet other players in the undergrowth, never quite sure of their intentions. But the real value of the Dark Zones is that they’re the places where The Division 2 finally agrees with itself. They are the part of the game, in other words, where you’re encouraged to think of yourself as a villain.

Mar 19th, 2019 · Xbox One · read review

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Critic reviews added by ryanbus84, Tim Janssen, POMAH, Kennyannydenny, Patrick Bregger, jaXen.