division 2

Kashaving

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Sep 16, 2015
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who's playing, might be worth making a tnb clan or somethin

no one cares if ur not gonna give the game a try, or if u dont like it, go post in the minecraft thread.
 

Abaddon

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May 22, 2011
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My UPLAY is Abaddon-UK
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I'm currently on World Tier 2 atm. I went for a .50cal specialisation.

The story was really fun this time around and a lot more endearing. It feels like a completely polished game in relation to the last.
 

Newticus

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Mar 16, 2013
1,233
Really though, is this game worth getting?

I enjoyed playing through the firs tone, but the end game content felt really lacking until the last few dlc's came out and pvp was a complete mess.
I played the closed beta and things felt good except for the awful character randomization thing. How's the game feel in relation to enemies in the late game?
 

Abaddon

Abadman
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May 22, 2011
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Really though, is this game worth getting?

I enjoyed playing through the firs tone, but the end game content felt really lacking until the last few dlc's came out and pvp was a complete mess.
I played the closed beta and things felt good except for the awful character randomization thing. How's the game feel in relation to enemies in the late game?
I'd say so, personally.

I played the first on PS4 from the Beta, it was really good in the beginning but just became lack-luster once you hit end-game as the curve was just horrendous. I purchased it on PC about a year later when they'd added a lot more stuff and made end-game an entirely different experience.

Think of Division 2 as D1 at the latter stages, with all the DLCs released but the stupid shit taken out. It's a finished game on release with a lot of things to do, it's quite dynamic too in regards to actual NPC interactions. Rather than just running from mission to mission and being side-tracked by a group of enemies, this time the side-tracks are actually beneficial to you or your settlements in one way or another.
I'm glad they got rid of that stupid resources thing, this time it's been replaced with stuff of actual interest and a different type of resource system.

Once you hit 30 it's an entirely new experience and a new story, I won't reveal because of #spoilers. But it makes the playthrough a lot better and not just the same old experience but harder. It's an entirely different story after 30 pretty much.
 

Ammo

Jason Killer does not exist....
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Feb 12, 2012
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Having played the first from start to finish during its life time.

I can confidently say that Div 2 is much better and feels like a completed game.
 

toastmatic

paranoid and delusional
Oct 26, 2014
4,721
ive always been di curious but the game throws me off with how noisy it looks

also is it super bullet-spongy? that's why i avoided the first one
 

snuggles

jimmy flanagan 1985
Sep 9, 2016
3,839
the bullet sponginess from the first one has been fixed

a lot of small things that made the first one shittier have all been improved, too. it's very fun and very engaging, but there's always something happening.
 

_Nirri™

Legend
May 21, 2011
1,417


I'm a Rainbow 6 operator! Believe me!

Been having a blast with Division 2, taking it slow but steady. Hopefully WT 3 today as I just reached 325 GS.
 

pvt. bing 'b' bing?

sopping wet
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Oct 4, 2015
1,243
its a very fun game but when i launched it for the first time my keyboard started spazzing out with all colors of the rainbow and turned off

im only level 3 rn but so far its a lot better than the first one
 

Koumakan

Zealot
Jul 25, 2017
318
Think of Division 2 as D1 at the latter stages, with all the DLCs released but the stupid shit taken out. It's a finished game on release with a lot of things to do.
This is pretty accurate, so it's nothing really new and exciting to wow you, but its more of the same of something that was quite nice, so can't really complain. The only thing is I thought the cold urban hellscape of NYC was far more interesting than just bland generic post apocalypse DC, but meh.
 

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