Ubisoft has recently released the official Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 launch trailer. The game is the sequel to the popular multiplayer online loot shooter Tom Clancy’s The Division. You can take a look at the trailer yourself at the end of this article.
The Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 story-line is not that “wow.” The population is crippled by a deadly virus which hit New York City seven months ago and keeps spreading. A unit of civilian sleeper agents, The Division, was activated as the last line of defense when the virus hit. Since that happened, the Division agents goal is to save what remains.
The stakes are higher than ever for The Division. Washington D.C. is at risk as well being the most heavily protected city on earth as the entire nation can be left on the brink of collapse. The country falls, and Washington D.C. is lost. You are a Division agent who has been in the field for seven months. You must work together with your team and stop the society from falling after the pandemic collapse. You are the only hope left.
Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 launch trailer finally revealed
Ubisoft Massive developed this game, and the people who worked on it are the same that created Tom Clancy’s The Division. The sequel is an online open world, set in a collapsing and fractured Washington, D.C., and it is also an action shooter RPG experience. When you go ahead and try the game, you will find a wider variety of iconic, beautiful, and realistic environment, where you are the player can experience authenticity in world-building fast-paced action like never before and rich RPG systems.
You can play in a team of up to four players or be independent and try to save America on your own. There are more advantages when you play in a group because you will have more activities to get involved in and you get to explore the Dark Zone.
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