The Division 2: Warlords of New York Brings Nostalgic Vibe

Have you been watching the very first trailers of The Division? Like, the ones that had utterly different than the release candidate, but was so innovative for the present era. Well, Massive Entertainment may have finally reached the point where technology meets the soul of The Division. Division 2: Warlords of New York also adds a kick of nostalgia, which is always suitable for OG players.

Being brought back to Manhattan to deal with the remains of the skunky part of Division agents who have turned rogues seems like the right way for both Ubisoft and Massive entertainment. The Expansion was released today, but it’s currently not available to all countries across the globe. So far, according to many players that have remained stuck throughout the rough period of Division 2, they have confirmed that New York was always the authentic environmental experience.

The Skyscrapers, the road junctions, and everything else seems just like… …home. I cannot even correctly express myself, simply because I am astonished and full of sentimental feelings—something that we needed so far, the potency lost in Division 2 and DC.

Now, let’s talk a bit about the official release. The Divison 2: Warlords of New York is currently out for some countries, and it requires quite a big size to download. So for all those who wait to anticipate the game tomorrow, it may be best for you to begin the download now.

But overall, Division 2 will always be a decent game for you to enjoy, playing, especially if done with friends. For last, let me tell you how hurt I am that I need to wait until tomorrow to start playing the game. I have not got a single benefit to play the game earlier but been watching it on Twitch so far.

See you in New York tomorrow, Agents!

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