A couple of recent Division 2 community flare-ups have illustrated the challenges of modern video game publishing (and purchasing), as Ubisoft slices and dices its upcoming game into numerous special editions and expansions while still trying to make players feel like they’re getting a great deal.
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The Division 2 shifts the setting from New York City to a ruined Washington DC. While the gameplay aims to fix issues players had with the original, statements from one of the game's creative directors about the narrative are frustrating.
The goal, we've been told, is not to make a political statement, but in this day and age, that's impossible. It's about time we stop pretending that it is.
It's clear the developers of The Division 2 have a long list of the grievances people had with first game, even though many of those problems were patched out during the game's radical post-launch improvement.
That wasn't enough, and now they're really pouring on the charm while making a sequel that is impressive to play here at E3.