And that last part of the headline is interesting, because it turns out more players finished the story side of Tom Clancy's The Division than any other Ubisoft title. Also, the anti-hacking measure should mean less griefing and a far better Dark Zone(s) experience than previously.
And we know this first-hand because we were invited out to the developer to ask the hard questions, duties of which we handed over to seasoned-veteran and AusGamers alumn, Adam 'Griz' Mathew"
On the topic of promises, I hear the correct collection of words that'll guarantee my day one attendance. What drove me away from The Division, after roughly a year of OCD grinding, was the presence of experience-destroying hackers in the Dark Zone. “We've reworked the client server architecture,” assures Gerighty. “[The Division 2] puts much more on the server side of things -- and the server count will be increasing, too. We're also including anti-cheat capabilities with an internal and external system...Check out the full interview feature here, and watch a new trailer for the game's narrative embedded below.
The DZ just got zzzzzzz after a while
The visuals look pretty dated for a game that is not released. Trailer made using the console version?
Can't wait, still play Division since alpha days!