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Tom Clancy’s: The Divison Review

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Nathaniel Zebley, Editor

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On March 8th, Tom Clancy’s: The Division was released on Xbox One, Playstation 4 and PC. The game, which was delayed many times since the start of it’s development in 2012, has so far received a 4/5 from Metacritic.

The game takes place in New York City, where a deadly virus was released on Black Friday. The virus, which was called “Green Poison,” infected millions and made New York fall in a matter of days. The virus was implanted on paper currency and was distributed throughout stores in the country. When New York fell, a secret government group called “The Division” was started to help bring New York back to it’s former state.

In the base game, the player can complete various missions around the city and help improve conditions on the player’s home-base. In the home-base, there are three different sectors in the area. There is a security wing, a tech wing, and a medical wing. With each mission that is located throughout the city, they give the player a certain amount of skill points for each wing in the base. These points are used to upgrade the areas located in the base.

One of the most interesting parts of the game is the “Dark Zone” (DZ). The DZ is a part of Manhattan that was affected most by the virus. So in turn, it was blocked off from the rest of the city. “The Dark Zone was the most enjoyable part for me,” says Junior Josh Dorofee. The DZ is basically the multiplayer in the game. In the DZ, players can come across groups of enemies, as well as other players. Players also come across very valuable loot in the DZ.

All in all, the game is very fun. Players can spend countless hours free-roaming around NYC, completing side missions, going into the DZ, and upgrading their base. It is definitely a game worth checking out if someone just wants to pass the time and have a fun time with their friends.

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