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Having a helicopter overhead and cnn television camera breaking down your door in the morning to confiscate your firearms,and politians allowing doctors to kill infants after there born which is murder without fear of charges and jail,do you want 90% taxation and do you women want to be paid or do you want to The Division 2 Phoenix Credits pay 3/4 of it in tax and not able to pay for child care or about such a very long goverment waiting list for child and health care which you don't ever get it.
Really like the Division story. Love the game. Playing because alphaday1. But is exactly what happened to our military? In circumstances such as this, I think there could be American troops on the ground restoring sequence before relying on a ragtag group of homeland brokers with cool toys. There hasn't been a mention that I've come across. Part of me cannot bridge The Division 2 into The Division 2 without addressing why things are so poor without the military being part of the restoration. There's countless soldiers in our army. I hope The Division 2 sheds some light about this.
This trailer is beyond underwhelming. Gone is the stark unforgiving and hopelessness atmosphere of the game. Those cold NYC together with broker hunting DZ 9 for one, at a snowstorm. Will we find out what Rick Valasi is up to? Will I get to elongate Keeners hanging him with piano wire, while skiping rope? This trailer makes me long for the days when game programmers just rehashed their first game setting, this new atmosphere is indeed blah blah blah. Definitely before I tap any cash into 15, awaiting player reviews of this one.
Nothing really special about this particular trailer: Major city today a wasteland, Different factions fight for The Division 2 Boosting control, Story appears straight forward and predictable, graphics has not changed in the slightest and most of this trailer only shows cinematic gameplay rather than cutscenes which the first game was extremely lacking if they wanted to tell a story.