The Division 2 Reviews Are In--Here Are All The Scores

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The Division 2 is finally out and available on store shelves around the world, meaning players are once again diving into Dark Zones and looting friends and enemies alike. Plus, it means Division 2 reviews are beginning to go live around the web.

So, is this sequel any good? GameSpot's Division 2 review awarded the game a 9/10, with Edmond Tran stating "the strength of the systems and design that fuel The Division 2 as a game are compelling enough to keep you captivated." If you're already playing, be sure to check out our roundup of Division 2 tips--we've got some advice involving junking loot, completing projects, revisiting settlements, and more.

For more on the critical consensus on The Division 2, read on below. Alternatively, see a wider view on critics' opinions on GameSpot sister site Metacritic. The game is available on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. In the case of the PC version, you won't find it on Steam; it's among the games to release exclusively through the Epic Games Store (although you can buy it right from Ubisoft's Uplay, too).

  • Game: The Division 2
  • Developer / Publisher: Massive Entertainment / Ubisoft
  • Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC
  • Release date: Out now
  • Price: US $60 / £60 / AU $100

GameSpot -- 9/10

"The setting of The Division 2 is ripe for potential, and it's a shame the game doesn't use it to say anything. I have absolutely no clue why I'm here, what anyone's motivations are, and I wish I had a strong narrative driver to fuel a purpose behind my endless hunger for progression. This letdown is hard to ignore for the game's initial hours, but the strength of the systems and design that fuel The Division 2 as a game are compelling enough to keep you captivated for dozens more. The range of enemy types continues to keep combat encounters challenging, the equipment I earn and pick up continues to feel different, valuable, and asks me to consider new ways of play. The ravaged environments continue to intrigue, and sometimes they're so stunning I find myself needing to take screenshots before I move on. It might not have much to say, but The Division 2 is a perpetual cycle of tension, relief, and reward that's difficult to stay away from." -- Edmond Tran [Full review]

GamesRadar -- 4.5/5

"All in all, The Division 2 has nailed the game as a live service thing. The teams over at Ubisoft have really pulled off an impressive looter shooter that's full of content that's satisfying to complete and constantly pushing you forward. There have been so many 'just five more minutes' moments that have turned into 'another few hours' that I am concerned how much The Division 2 may eclipse other games. But in a world where so few games of its type launch so successfully, there's plenty to praise about Ubisoft's latest foray, and I can't wait to see what else its Washington has in store for me." -- Sam Loveridge [Full review]

Game Informer -- 9.0/10

"Story failings and technical hiccups aside, Ubisoft has a winner on its hands with The Division 2. The strong combat, interesting missions, and compelling loot loop kept me invested through the endgame, and I don’t plan to stop playing anytime soon. For a live-service game just getting out of the gate, that’s quite an achievement." -- Matt Bertz [Full review]

Eurogamer -- No Score

"From start to finish, The Division 2 pulls in ... bits of American history with unwavering earnesty and yet manages to say absolutely nothing. Worse, it goes out of its way to say nothing. The result is that the only real message The Division 2 manages to impart is that guns will keep you safe. Despite the advertising campaign this is not a game about saving the soul of America, it's a game about the good guys with guns taking what they want from the bad guys with guns. A shame, because if you can look past the vacuity and the slapdash politicisation of The Division 2, there's a great game to be enjoyed here--even if you'll never quite escape the sense that it's a thunderingly dumb one." -- Johnny Chiodini [Full review]

VG247 -- No Score

"I'm not always convinced games will improve all that much post-launch and I can only review what I've played, but Ubisoft has a good track record of making games far better than they are at launch with frequent updates. For now, I have to at least commend The Division 2 for getting the basics right. There’s a compelling endgame, there’s loot that actually matters, and missions don’t feel like they’re copy and pasted to bulk out the runtime. If some of the frustrations can be ironed out, it could be the best of its genre. But for the love of god, please let your writers say something if you ever make another one." -- Kirk McKeand [Full review]

IGN -- 8.5/10

"The Division 2 is more than just a strong foundation for future updates: it's a refined and intuitive shared-world shooter with many dozens of hours of great content and progression you can enjoy today. Its wonderful recreation of Washington, D.C. is a pleasure to explore thanks to a generous amount of chests, collectibles, and dynamic open-world activities. Impactful gunplay makes it easy to care about the well-thought-out loot, and there are plenty of different builds to experiment with even if some are better than others. Given Ubisoft's promised roadmap, it's hard to foresee the disappointing endgame incentivization and Dark Zone issues being anything more than a temporary problem, but they certainly torpedo the prospect of sinking hundreds of hours in before the first update. Even so, for a shared-world shooter so early in its lifecycle those problems aren’t too discouraging, and in terms of content, The Division 2 is one of strongest launches the genre has seen yet." -- James Duggan [Full review]

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Snowflakes hate the game but I love it!

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I really enjoyed the first games PVE and the Beta for The Division 2. I'll be picking it up this weekend and playing it with a squad if any of my friends are online.

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The bottom line is: players that know and love the world of Destiny and all that it has to offer (endgame, collecting loot, etc), will love this game. They've certainly almost modeled the progression system off of destiny even down to the rarity of weapons and the colors for those rarities. I adore Destiny which is why fux with this game big time. Granted, the super deep looter shooter genre isn't for everyone.

Personally, the simplicity of walking out of a safe house into downtown DC and hearing nothing but your footsteps in the open corridor of City streets is so satisfying IMO. This game to me is a modern day fantasy, with a political or economic collapse being an inevitability. I like picturing myself as my agent and how I might maneuver in a "post-apocalyptic" world. That's my take. I give it 9/10 easy.

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@cobra2336: Loot colors didn't start with Destiny...go back to Diablo and then you'd be closer to being correct. And maybe other loot style games before it but that's the first one that really sticks out in my mind.

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game isn't much fun imo, just hardship for the sake of hardship to make it seem rewarding if you get something decent, but every gun sucks, every gun attachment sucks, and simply levelling up is enough to ruin what little good things you do have, game is waaaaaay too hard, and just like the original division, it's a stop and pop cover shooter where 90% of the time every single enemy seems to forget that, and just RUN AT YOU constantly.

sniping is pointless, dmr's are pointless, scopes are pointless. and if u don't have people on your friend list playing it, buying it is pointless. because allot of the time there just isn't enough cover, or the mechanics of the encounter require you to literally die before it's over and the act of dying removes what u were there for.

game is terrible, matchmaking is a terrible quick fix that's poorly implemented.

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This game is a 10/10, was skeptical but now I can tell you it's worth picking up.

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For me story is way more important than gameplay therefore this game is just not for me ...

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Woah, That reviewer from Eurogamer doesn't seem to know what a looter-shooter is about.

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Eurogamer is mad cause this game is too “American” lol. Don’t worry Europe I’m sure the “good guys with guns” will save your ass again in a future world war.

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@jaybass: The good guys with guns in America has been great. We had Vietnam and the usage of Agent Orange that still causes deformities. The fields cannot be used to grow food due to poison.

I should also thank the wars in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria for causing the death of thousands directly and indirectly killing more as refugees cross the Mediterranean.

Not to forget all the mass shootings!

Thank you so called Good Guys with guns!

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@kadin_kai: The US was helping out Vietnamese allies in Vietnam and most of those brave men still suffer today. Afghanistan/Iraq is a NATO conflict so shows what you know. Mass shootings? What good person causes a mass shooting?

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@jaybass: ALLIED IN VIETNAM? Do you seriously believe that? Do you even KNOW the history of Vietnam half a century before war with the US broke out, or you just don't care about anything and will eat every bullshit that gets stuffed down your throats by your power hungry government, which is one of the most aggressive country on Earth, maybe equal to China?

Of all the conspiracy of the 20th century, the "innocent and righteous US just helping out a fellow ally in Vietnam against the oppressive communist" has to be the most retarded one. And you guys fell for that... Shows how much you know about the real world from watching Fox News lol

Nice brainwashing, American government! If your aim is to make your entire population ignorant then I think you succeeded, because look who's running the office now...

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@doremonhg9x: Well yes the South Vietnamese asked for our help and we came. So yes we did have allies and yes they had an army that fought with us. ARVN is what they were called. Your so angry your blind sir. Take a deep breath and stop hating your own country. BTW your injection of Fox news is just typical brainwashed knee jerk comments....so who is brain washed here.....

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@EricDWright: lol "asked for our help". Jesus. As in "the puppet government that we put up just so we have a reason to bring our entire Army half way across the globe to fight against some rice farmers trying to take back their freedom, that our ally France has taken away for almost a century"?

You sir, are brainwashed.

And no, I'm Vietnamese. I'm just angry that you ignorant fucks keep justifying a factually full scale invasion as some righteous cause. Vietnam is just a front so the US can fight a proxy war with the Soviet Union and halting the spread of "communism". Your government don't really give a flying **** about who's in charge in your puppet government that you installed illegally in South Vietnam while you turned Saigon into the most luxurious brothel in the world. In fact, CIA made 2 coup d'etat in SVN because you ignorant fucks don't really give two shits about who you're installing as the puppet headmaster, and when he **** up you just kill him off and try to install another incompetent retard.

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@doremonhg9x: Have you been to Vietnam? I have and so has my father. Brainwashed? If that's what you think....but I can tell you for the most part, with your profanity laced rant, goes only to show just how angry and vile filled person you are. I truly suggest you move on with your life and find some happiness somewhere.

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@jaybass: The "good guys with guns"? Wow! You really don't see yourselves from anyone else's perspective do you? There's a lot of you, yes, and yes, you certainly have guns (we can tell that from over here in the UK, because of the number of mass shootings we read about). But that's about it.

You should have said "Don’t worry Europe I’m sure the huge numbers of trigger-happy soldiers with guns will come and help you win a future war which the US will probably join very late, after the UK, the French, the Indians, the Aussies, the Kiwis, the Poles and many other nations have already done most of the work.

Don't worry - we'll hold them off long enough so you can turn up late and think you saved the world.

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@mpl911: First I was quoting eurogamer “good guys with guns” second, you need read a history book. Most of the work? lol, The Germans took over most of Europe and Japan though it was a good idea to attack the US. The US single handingly took out Japan. The US also took europe back over and defeated Germany and Italy. Russia is the only other country that had a big hand in Germany’s defeat.

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@jaybass: I take your point about the "good guys with guns", but I think you need to read some history books; I've already read dozens of them. The Germans took over most of Europe yes, but not the UK, and everyone from the rest of Europe that wanted to fight back (including thousands of Polish pilots, the French President of the time and thousands of Commonwealth troops) came to the UK. The end for Germany started during the Battle of Britain. I'd never dispute the US helped a shit-load, it would almost certainly have ended differently had you guys not turned up, but the fight back in Europe was already underway, although, of course, D-day was a joint effort between the US and the UK (and Canada).

As far as the US / Japan is concerned, again I'm certainly not belittling the efforts made by your troops in the Pacific theatre, but you finished the war out there (admittedly when japan was already starting to retreat) by throwing down your atom bombs, which Japan had yet to develop.

And yes, Russia helped a ****-load too, opening up another (Eastern) front to divert some of Hitler's troops, then falling back ahead of the Germans to bait them to winter in the open which, as Napoleon had already discovered, isn't likely to win any wars.

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@mpl911: I’m glad you see my point with “good guys with guns” I mean as a governement agent fighting anarchy, what else are you supposed to use, harsh words? I don’t belittle anyone’s service to their country. The UK was also a major contributor. Germany was always on the offensive hence what led to them attacking Russia and making that mistake. The islands that Japan took were taken by US forces. Poor France only had resistance left to fight back.

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@jaybass: Yep - I absolutely don't denigrate any country's effort in the War/s (maybe France's - you can't dispute the efforts their resistance made, but I think their army could have fought a little harder before turning tail), just wanted to point out that we did a pretty good job of it, although whether we would have had the manpower / financial power to actually see out the war without you guys popping over to help out I'm not so sure.

Anyway - Go the Allies!!

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@jaybass: You are aware that this game is made in Europe, right?

Don't put all of us in the same sack due to what one alienated reviewer said. You would not like if someone were to say that every single American is a illiterate redneck with more shotguns than meds in his house and married to his cousin, wouldn't you?

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@Warlord_Irochi: I’m referring to the anti America Europeans. There’s quite a few of them as I travel to Europe all the time. Sorry i didn’t mean to lump all of you together. I just get pissed when reviewers give shit reviews for stupid reasons. Get someone in there that has played an action rpg before.

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@jaybass: They are usually pretty spot on with reviews though. It is just more of the same which is ok if that's all people want.

The setting doesn't make a whole lot of sense in the larger scheme of things. Also the AI is as dumb as bricks.

It is just misrepresented as being some epic single player game which it is not despite what Gamespot tries to spin. There is maybe 5 hours here before you will be bored just playing it as SP.

It doesn't bother me only that it should be reviewed as being an MP game with SP elements as they are pretty forgettable what is there for SP.

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@deviltaz35: I just got the game today, and have been taking my time playing the game. I'm about 6 hours in. The AI roaming around the city at my level 2 is forgiving. Most of them will take cover, but there's always 1 guy rushing at you, and another flaking you all the time, which keeps you on your toes. Once I got to the first main mission, oh boy, all hell break loose. they were flaking, climbing to get to higher elevation then you, lobbing grenades to flush you out. Yeah! The AI in The Division 2 is definitely NOT "dumb as brick," but rather impressive and robust.

All of these comments about the AI being dumb and such have me convinced that you guys haven't played the retail release of The Division 2, because if you had, you wouldn't be making such egregious comment about it.

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@deviltaz35: the A.I. didn’t seem dumb to me. They flank and react when your reloading etc. I mostly play by myself and I enjoy it because the loot is rewarding and the progression makes sense. There’s also sooo much to do in this game compared to the first one. Eurogamer can suck it if they are gonna review bomb this game.

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Guys the story is an ongoing event of human survival due to collapse. This is an online based looter shooter. Who the hell is worried about a grand story here? If the loots good and the gameplay is fun then who really cares? If you want a story go play a singleplayer campaign focused game.....

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Sorry Eurogamer, but games do not require some sort of political/social "message" to be good. Just like not all films need to have some deep cultural messaging. Sometimes creators just want something to be good ole fashion escapism.

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@brad12d3: That reviewer approached the game with that bias indeed. Eurogamer tends to be a lot more mature than that. It's disappointing.

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Im enjoying it though I got it free with my 580 and would not not have bought it for $60 otherwise. Though that has to do more with me being an absolute cheapassgamer dot com than the quality of the game which is fairly good.

Also lol at those reviews mad about UBI not taking a side.

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I remember when I use to read EGM magazine and the reviewers would talk about the fun factor and gameplay...Now since about the end of the 360/PS3/Wii era...there is this weird tone in gaming website about politics in game and art and ''the message''. I don't understand why back in the day it wasn't an issue but now it is...? Is it because gaming is more realistic? Is because people think gaming is real life? I don't know...

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Meh. Eurogamer can suck it.

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@jaykobwerdnahs: lol Even though they are spot on and you know it not that it matters. Why are people singling out Eurogamer anyway? . They are more honest when it comes to game reviews than most sites.

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@deviltaz35: how are they spot on? That review was ignorant. The Division is made up of government sleeper cells that are activated during a collapse and their only job is to enact order by fighting anarchy. Oh yes it’s with GUNS! Because believe it or not fighting fire with fire is sometimes your only option.

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Has some annoying little bugs but as it stands now at launch, its a decent 8 imo. I can see why GS gave it a 9. It's a good game. Of course one can say, it's what the Division 1 should've been but hey, trial and error. I like how nothing feels too repetitive at the moment. I'm not sure if it's the varied game world (DC) or the thought and care taken into the side missions and making them impactful to that world and some of the cool nuances in the main missions, but it all comes together rather nicely without making you feel overwhelmed.

Progression makes sense and they weaved it into the narrative fairly well. Gunplay is much more impactful and each gun actually feels different from the next. Just wished there were more enemy types

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Lol "not having a message", no one is going to buy this game for the story/message. Seriously Eurogamer leave politics out of gaming. The game has it where it counts and that's in gameplay, it also looks incredible at max settings on PC.

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@fiesel: Personally I'm looking for a good story before gameplay, but not a "message" about "the times we live in" or some other B.S.

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@Brakkyn:

Same for me, a good story goes a long way. Message, WTF.

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A couple of those reviewers lambasted it for not having a message?

As if Ubisoft quashed down their poor, oppressed writers...

Don’t most people want good gameplay first and foremost?

America, guns and ‘the White House is in it’ is not automatically a winning combination for edgy political commentary.

From what I’ve seen, the middle are getting sick of everything being politicised...

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I’ve gotta’ admit. The Division 2 is doing a lot better critically then I thought it would. That’s not to say it’s some great masterpiece or is in the same realm as some of the other well received games that have already been released this year but it is quite the triumph considering how some of the earlier impressions didn’t sound like it went above and beyond the original.

I haven’t personally played this newest entry in the franchise yet but hopefully the positive reviews piling in will be enough to give those out there who may not have had this game on their radar an inkling to give it a shot.

-DIVIDE & CONQUER NINJA APPROVED-

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@videogameninja: Agreed. However, it's because the game is actually better than what was anticipated. It isn't something to write home about - and anything 'America' certainly isn't Europe's cup of tea ;) - but it's still a lot of fun, and it's much better than the first one ended up being even after years of updates (and I loved the first one).

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@jaykobwerdnahs: I don't live in America either but that's beside the point. The game is full of silly characters dressed up in a pretty weak story we have all seen before. It's a competent shooter and will appeal to that crowd but it's not going to win any awards for it's story or gameplay.

Personally i thought the acting was quite terrible even for an Ubisoft game.

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