- Jan 14, 2013
I pre-ordered it on PC to get access to the beta. ANyone else sniffing this game? The first one had so much potential hampered by a lack of content. Methinks they won't make the same mistake twice.
Yeah I'm conflicted between choosing anthem or division two. The anthem alpha ran fine on my PC but division 2 had a lot of fps drops. I have to say the division 2 missions seemed more interesting, lots of side stuff but in the end it's basically all similar to before if you played the last one. I hope this one is more solo friendly. Because I mainly buy these games for PC, I don't have any friends that have gaming computers so they usually play console if they ever end up getting massive online games.With everything seeming to be a disappointment lately, I'm holding until release to make a decision. I just want one of these games to work out and Division 2 seems like the last hope.
Same deal here, but I was already planning to buy the game, whether pre-purchase or after release day. It was part of what sweetened the deal on the RX 580 that I got it from, because it saved me $60. I enjoyed the first game, after a friend got me into it. Pretty much just a solo player, don't do incursions or legendaries because I don't want the pain of wiping with a group of complete strangers.I'll have a copy since I bought an AMD GPU recently, but didn't play the first one at all. Don't know how much I'll be into it, but had no interest in the RE2 remake, so it was this and DMC5 as my free games.
I've been following the game on Reddit and those that got the ultimate and gold editions have been playing since the 12th. They are saying the end game content is going to be a lot better. Not sure how that will affect me because in these type of games I usually don't make it there. But they also say there is loot everywhere, it drops constantly.Same deal here, but I was already planning to buy the game, whether pre-purchase or after release day. It was part of what sweetened the deal on the RX 580 that I got it from, because it saved me $60. I enjoyed the first game, after a friend got me into it. Pretty much just a solo player, don't do incursions or legendaries because I don't want the pain of wiping with a group of complete strangers.
I was lucky enough to be invited to the technical alpha, and both the closed and open betas. My very first impression was: not much has changed. Did they use a new engine or the same one as Division 1? I didn't notice too many fps drops, but the game did feel less 'snappy', movement, animations, etc...not sure if it was my imagination or not.
Didn't like the changes to the map, and the way that lootable boxes (don't) appear now, there's crap scattered everywhere...if they were going for realism, I guess maybe it's better, but it's a time sink, in essence. It's going to lead to extra time spent wandering around to search every nook and cranny.
Definitely will be playing it for at least a few weeks, the new maps and missions seem worth doing at least. We shall see.
Added you and don't worry about leveling up quickly. My daughter's 5th birthday is this weekend and my folks are coming in so play time will be minimal.I'll try to be on tomorrow despite having some friends come over after work. My user name should be selayan on uplay. Although I'm not sure what level you need to be to do group stuff.