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None of Tom Clancy’s The Division 2‘s story or endgame content will force players to queue up with other operators, should anyone prefer a more solitary experience.

In a recent interview with AusGamers, game director Mathias Karlson discussed how The Division 2‘s experience caters to all types of players. While the entirety of The Division 2 can be enjoyed in a squad of up to four players, the same content can apparently be played solo. Karlson’s wording makes it sound as though this includes the game’s 8-player raids, but this seems unlikely.

“You can play through the entire story campaign into endgame and [then the] endgame [content], alone,” Karlson said. “[But] you can also do the same content [in] two-, three-, or four-player co-op. Or eight player co-op, two full groups in the raid if you opt into the challenge that we’re adding. So it’s very important for us that you get to pick.”

Assuming the raids will indeed require groups, exclusively solo players will miss out on a handful of adventures. There are several raids launching for the game in its first year, and while the exact number has not yet been confirmed, we predict that one raid will drop with each of the game’s first three DLC chapters, in addition to the first raid coming shortly after launch.

In other The Division 2 news, YouTuber Arekkz has been helpfully breaking down a variety of features fans can expect in the sequel. The YouTuber has a video covering the game’s new Brand sets, as well as one on the changes to weapon modifications coming in the new game.

Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 is slated to launch March 15th, 2019, on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

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Source: AusGamers


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Nick didn’t start gaming until mid-2006. Once his parents finally allowed a console into the house, it was all uphill from there. Starting out with a PS2, he grew an affinity for Sony consoles and moved on to the PS3, and now the PS4. He keeps his gaming palette wide, but, gun to his head, he’d have to say shooters are his genre of choice. Find him on Twitter @idole808

The Division 2 won’t force players to be social

If you want to enjoy The Division 2's content without dragging along other players, the sequel gives you that option.

By Nick Plessas | 07/9/2018 04:00 PM PT

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None of Tom Clancy’s The Division 2‘s story or endgame content will force players to queue up with other operators, should anyone prefer a more solitary experience.

In a recent interview with AusGamers, game director Mathias Karlson discussed how The Division 2‘s experience caters to all types of players. While the entirety of The Division 2 can be enjoyed in a squad of up to four players, the same content can apparently be played solo. Karlson’s wording makes it sound as though this includes the game’s 8-player raids, but this seems unlikely.

“You can play through the entire story campaign into endgame and [then the] endgame [content], alone,” Karlson said. “[But] you can also do the same content [in] two-, three-, or four-player co-op. Or eight player co-op, two full groups in the raid if you opt into the challenge that we’re adding. So it’s very important for us that you get to pick.”

Assuming the raids will indeed require groups, exclusively solo players will miss out on a handful of adventures. There are several raids launching for the game in its first year, and while the exact number has not yet been confirmed, we predict that one raid will drop with each of the game’s first three DLC chapters, in addition to the first raid coming shortly after launch.

In other The Division 2 news, YouTuber Arekkz has been helpfully breaking down a variety of features fans can expect in the sequel. The YouTuber has a video covering the game’s new Brand sets, as well as one on the changes to weapon modifications coming in the new game.

Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 is slated to launch March 15th, 2019, on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Read More

Source: AusGamers



About Nick Plessas

view all posts

Nick didn’t start gaming until mid-2006. Once his parents finally allowed a console into the house, it was all uphill from there. Starting out with a PS2, he grew an affinity for Sony consoles and moved on to the PS3, and now the PS4. He keeps his gaming palette wide, but, gun to his head, he’d have to say shooters are his genre of choice. Find him on Twitter @idole808