The Division 2 Beta: 5 Things the game does absolutely right
The Division 2 Private Beta just ended and after playing it straight up for three days I decided to express my thoughts about the game.
First of all, if you didn't enjoy The Division 1, there's no way in hell there's anything for you to look forward to this game.
The Division 2 is not here to attract the people who abandoned or ignored the first game, in fact, it builds upon its foundations and follows a very similar route in this sequel.
That being said, if you spent a lot of hours grinding in The Division 1, then this year's sequel is something you should be excited for.
Although keep in the mind it is not a revelation when it comes to changes, it just adds some new subtle changes that were needed.
Here are five things I personally believe The Division 2 does really good, even better than its predecessor.
#1 Solo Play
The biggest problem with multiplayer games is that they generally don't favour solo play.
It obviously gets very boring as well as difficult on a journey alone in such games.
That doesn't happen in The Division 2.
I completed all the main missions, explored Dark Zone as well as indulged in many side encounters in the game all alone and did just fine.
In fact, after getting the knack of how the game plays, it started getting really enjoyable. It's not like the game gets very easy or difficult.
It finds a middle ground for solo players like us and makes it enjoyable. You still need to make tactics on how to approach the situation and which weapons to use as well as the skills which could make the difference of day and night.
Nevertheless, This is what The Division 2 really stands out when compared to its predecessor as well as other multiplayer titles in the market such as Fallout 76, Anthem etc.