Ubisoft confirmed a comparatively lengthy gameplay demo for The Division 2 at Microsoft’s E3 press briefing in a single day.
The footage featured a run of a mission from The Division 2, much like the very first trailer we noticed for the primary recreation years in the past.
The recreation’s UI has been overhauled, and it’s cleaner in some areas whereas providing extra particulars in others. But the UI and setting weren’t the one recent issues proven within the demo, we additionally bought a have a look at a bunch of latest objects and mechanics, in addition to just a few returning ones.
Arekkz goes over all of the blink-and-you’ll-miss it particulars within the footage, and calls out some curious additions we’re hoping Ubisoft will discuss extra about quickly.
Drones seem to play an even bigger function in The Division 2, and we get to see one in every of them within the footage attacking the boss. There additionally seems to be energy weapon-style fourth slot for gamers. The one proven within the footage is a grenade launcher, which sits above the same old major, secondary, and sidearm choices we all know from the primary recreation.
The loadout menu is now higher laid-out, with extra sensible icons and names. The weapon stats web page is essentially the identical, although we do see a harm fall-off stat for all of them. Weapon mods and abilities do make a return, as seen in the identical display screen.
One different massive change within the footage is that gamers all have armour above their well being, which ticks down once they get shot earlier than harm hits their primary well being. Bosses, too, have the identical factor, and breaking their armour appears to be represented in-game with items falling off.
The Social part of the menu additionally reveals a clan tag, which might point out a clan system is within the works for The Division 2. It’s not clear how properly this technique can be built-in into the sport, or if it’s going to be something greater than only a group of gamers utilizing the identical tag.
The Division 2 is out March 15 on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
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