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    All of a sudden The Division has become one of the realest games around

    The first one, the second one was more of a Fallout ripoff.
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    Yep the first game basically foreshadowed covid destroying America. The first game literally has a Rioter enemy faction and the 2nd game has the Hyenas which are scavengers/looters. The big dudes with miniguns and flamethrowers running around isn't that real tho lol.

    Also the 2nd game is really fun imo. Started playing it a lot since the quarantine started. Leveling up isn't too grindy, I gain a new level each time I finish a mission on Challenging difficulty. Wide variety of guns, rock solid gunplay, and exotics drop fairly frequently.
    America is number one

    India > China

    Stay home, save lives.....UNTIL THE END OF TIME
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    Originally Posted by Manglet View Post
    Yep the first game basically foreshadowed covid destroying America. The first game literally has a Rioter enemy faction and the 2nd game has the Hyenas which are scavengers/looters. The big dudes with miniguns and flamethrowers running around isn't that real tho lol.

    Also the 2nd game is really fun imo. Started playing it a lot since the quarantine started. Leveling up isn't too grindy, I gain a new level each time I finish a mission on Challenging difficulty. Wide variety of guns, rock solid gunplay, and exotics drop fairly frequently.
    Yeah the second game doesn't look bad it's just more of a post-apocalypse setting. The first game just really hits home lately though, post-covid is how I would probably describe it in a worst case scenario. A lot of the info and lore is seeming quite similar to what is going on, especially the cell phone messages where you hear about what was going on during the crisis. Some of the enemies are kind of ridiculous and it has the same issue as most leveling based games where some enemies can be bullet sponges and overpowered but overall it really nails the atmosphere and I have been surprised at how much fun I have been having playing through it.
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