Tom Clancy’s Division is a game that has grown on me. It isn’t the typical game that I find myself playing. I am an ultimate “run and gunner”, and subsequently die’r. Yes, I play Call of Duty, and I’m to very good, but I love playing it.
I picked up The Division when it was released earlier this year. I had been familiar with it at the previous E3 show. Since then I couldn’t wait for it’s release.
I will say it does have some difficulty to it. You have to take time to build up your command center. Which is a nice break to have from mindlessly shooting people.
I’m still at the point in the game where we don’t know what happened. As I look around the world I am in, I can’t help but wonder how it used to be? There isn’t many people left far as I can tell.
The world is amazing. Very detailed and that is big draw for me. What better way to enjoy yourself than by being in a world you can truly explore. So far I can tell a lot of time was put in to recreating Manhattan.
I like that I can go at my own pace. Sometimes in the COD’s single player you have to follow where they tell you to go. You can’t take your time and just explore or maybe sneak up on some bad guys. If you don’t proceed, they don’t proceed.
Tom Clancy’s Division is a solid game, and three are many things to do, from the main quest to the many side quests. If you have some time to dedicate to a great game, give the Divison a chance.