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The Division 2: Warlords of New York
The Division 2: Warlords of New York

Genre: Third Person Shooter
Developer: Massive Entertainment
Publisher: Ubisoft Classification: MA15+
Release Date:
March 2020
Monday, 9 March 2020
Post by KostaAndreadis @ 04:55pm 09/03/20 | 0 Comments
After moving on from The Division 2 shortly after its release - mainly because the sheer number of releases in the first-half of 2019 demanded it - it's been great getting to revisit the setting of the original game, New York, this past week. The new Warlords of New York expansion, in addition to introducing an old threat, also serves as a reminder that The Division is still fun to play.

And the new gear system, increased level-cap, and more successfully captures what made the journey in The Division 2 so engaging the first time round.
Warlords of New York is in many ways a return to this journey, an expansion in the classical sense of the term, where story, location, and environment play as important a role as balancing stats on new weapons and creating more engaging progression paths. Naturally, the big draw card is a return to the Big Apple, New York City, the once bustling metropolis that served as the awe-inspiring backdrop of the first game. Here we get to see new and familiar boroughs, this time in the vibrant and chaotic garbage-filled summer of The Division 2. Where the new dynamic weather system can see a bright and sunny afternoon walking through the ruins of Wall Street turn into a thunderstorm of unpredictability and volatility – reminiscent of the marketplaces the location once held.

Here you’re on the hunt for rogue Division Agent Aaron Keener, an antagonist that has been a part of the series since the first outing. Tracking him down and all of his top lieutenants in New York is fitting, and in one of the more welcome changes made to The Division’s campaign structure is the ability to explore and tackle everything up to the Keener showdown in any order you see fit.

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