Ubisoft made it big with the recent release of Tom Clancy’s The Division – the much acclaimed, highly anticipated open-world post-apocalyptic shooter, depicting a collapsing society and pained imaged of Manhattan, NY. Spawned from the desire of revealing a responsive environment, the developers behind the game stressed the use of state-of-the-art technology, which rendered the game visually impressive, enticing and fun-to-play.
Displaying the perfect next-gen features for highlighting the infinite details of the game, the PlayStation version of the game seems more than right to consider, delivering an outstanding experience for fans and gamers who have been waiting for the release of Tom Clancy’s The Division for perhaps too long.
Deploying strategy, creative thinking and reactive behavior to various stimuli, the game is revolutionary, yet approachable by any player, new or senior. Rehashed for Xbox 360, the configuration will slightly pale, as compared to the newer and improved Xbox One, a platform which has steadily gained recognition since its castigated release in 2013.
Nevertheless, whichever the console, players are strongly recommended to try the third-person shooter, which could roughly be referred to as that, given its predominance of multiple elements spanning from post-apocalyptic bits to military strategy and an environment tailored to the situation. As expected, players are required to be immersed fully in order to empathize and plunge into the game’s dynamics.