The release date of Division 2 has finally arrived. Available on the shelves of the world, the game means players plunge back into dark zones and plunder friends and enemies, except in the dramatic environment of Washington DC.
The question, however, is the continuation of every good one? GameSpot's Division 2 review-in-progress rated the game a 9/10. Edmond Tran said he still has "the sequel after 30 hours of playtime".
For more information on the critical consensus on The Division 2, see below. Alternatively, take a closer look at critics' opinions of GameSpot sister site Metacritic.
GameSpot – 9/10 (Review-In-Progress)
"After I finished the campaign for 30 hours and started to compete in the endgame I'm still excited about The Division 2. The range of enemy types Keeping fighting challenges constant, the equipment I can earn and pick up still feels different and valuable, the devastated environments are still fascinating, and sometimes they are also stunning I need a screenshot before I go on, There's still so much to see in The Division 2. But I want to take the time to see it, I have no idea why I'm here or whatever anyone has The motivation is, and I wish I had my endless hunger for progress has a narrative purpose, but I am glad to be here now. "- Edmond Tran [Full review-in-progress]
1; No rating
" From start to finish the Di pulls vision 2 with unbending sincerity … parts of American history and yet manages to say absolutely nothing. Worse, it does not say anything, the result is that the only real message that Division 2 can convey is that firearms will bring you to safety. Despite the advertising campaign, this is not a game about saving the soul of America, it is a game in which the good guys with guns take the daredevils from the bad guys with guns, whatever they want. Too bad, because if you can overlook the emptiness and slapdash politicization of The Division 2, there is a great game here – even if you never completely elude the feeling that it's thundering stupid. "- Johnny Chiodini [Full review]
VG247 – No rating
" I'm not always convinced that games will improve after launch, and I can only check what I've played But Ubisoft has a great track record of making games far better than they are on startup with frequent updates. So far, I have to recommend The Division 2 at least to get the basics right, and missions do not feel like they're being copied and pasted to shorten the runtime. If some of the frustrations can be ironed out, this could be the best of their genre. But out of love for God, please let your authors say something if you ever make one. "- Kirk McKeand [Full review]
The Telegraph – No Review (Review-In-Progress)
" Whether altruism is as important as the new hat for flies is up to you. Division 2 is doing a solid job on both and is currently performing a smart balancing act that could tip over in both directions as the game progresses, and it will be a challenge to keep things interesting. But so far, so good. "- Tom Hoggins [Full review-in-progress]
IGN – 8.0 / 10 (Review-In-Progress)
" The initial leveling of Division 2 was a relatively enjoyable undertaking. It sets the low point Set with ease for the genre, but it's still not an experience that I would undergo in a vacuum without promising a deep and interesting ending. To be really successful from here, Division 2 has to show me that my time was good, to provide me with a unique progressive multiplayer PvE and PvP gameplay, which I only have in a shooter of "Shared World". get. "- James Duggan [Full review-in-progress]