"A couple of faults don't detract from the fact that The Division 2 is one of, if not the, best looter-shooters in years."
We're packing heat at the amusement park as we jump on in to play the newly released Episode 3 content in The Division 2.
It took console players three days to finish the first one, but Massive isn't planning to make The Foundry a cake-walk because of that.
The first and seemingly only story expansion takes us back to Manhattan with cool boss fights, the return of beloved factions, new skills, changes to the gear system and more. Here are our first impressions.
Foundry is coming after the release of the third episode, although players still have a lot to see in February.
Situation: Snowball is bringing the holiday season into Ubisoft's game, along with The Silent Night apparel event.
We jumped back into The Division 2 to see what the next episode is bringing to the title.
We have to tackle Black Tusk again, and next week we'll also be getting other new features like a fresh Specialisation.
The Division 2: Episode 1 is now available to Year 1 Pass holders, adds a hefty chunk of content to the game.
Year 1 Pass holders can get it on July 23, and we have an Expedition, new missions, weapons, and more to enjoy.
Despite the post-launch plans already rolling out, it seems not everything has been uncovered in Ubisoft's game.
The new expeditions take place beyond the city limits and into the forests, and we've got the latest trailers.
They won't be tweaking the difficulty, although they are working on some sort of matchmaking after this was absent at launch.
Ubisoft's recent earnings report reveals positive news for several games, including the Assassin's Creed franchise as well.
An employee revealed that "you have to team up through clan lists, their friends lists, or by inviting other players in the game social spaces before you launch the raid."
This is due to feedback from the Public Test Server, although other changes to PvE and loot are coming with the update.