But it's still a fun gaming experience because the gunplay in The Division 2 is much better than The Division 1. The skillplay in The Division 2, however, is not as good as The Division 1.
@Nichstaroni Twitch.tv/Nichstaroni YouTube.com/Nichstaroni This is not a good trailer. The visuals are good, but the music did not fit and it was competing with the dialogue. I look forward to […]
There is no doubt the success or failure of The Division 2 will depend largely on the gunplay. The bullet-sponginess of the first game (one of my all time favorite games), is universally hated. The reason why I loved The Division so much, while others expressed more mixed feelings, is because I played mainly support and high electronics geared layouts, which are less dependent on firearms.
It basically tells you the state of AAA launches these days. The gaming industry went from having no season passes, to one season pass, to multiple seasons and DLCs you need to buy to continue enjoying a game.
The Division 2 beta gunplay, in the early stages, is awesome. Maybe later on the gunplay will return to super-bullet sponge mode at higher levels, but early on it is very satisfying.
I played The Division 2 beta today, and the game seems very familiar. It was like playing a new and improved version of the first game. I spent about an hour adjusting settings, trying to get a steady 60 frames per second (FPS). The video below is a summary of that game setup.
I am very intrigued by the 8-player coop raid end game, which should be included in normal non-endgame gameplay, for select missions. But, that probably will not happen until year two...
This trailer discusses the new Dark Zones in The Division 2, as well as the Conflict Modes: Skirmish and Domination.
In this video Ubisoft/Massive provides info on the new Dark Zones in The Division 2. There will be three Dark Zones (West, East and South), plus different Rouge statuses.
The Division 2 story trailer is below and the graphics seem straight out of The Division, and not as impressive as I was expecting.
Massive Entertainment tweeted asking if anyone else is waiting for the upcoming The Division 2 launch, like agent Johnny whomever...
The Division 2 footage shown by Ubisoft at E3 2018, had pretty lame in-game chat added to it. Which, if we are being honest, does not take place in The […]