Yeah, same here.
Almost tempted to reinstall this for the lulz.
I only started playing Warlords of New York recently and I must say, it’s nicer than the Base Game. So, if you have not, give it a try!
So we have a new member who did a lot of heavy lifting to get us the beret we desperately need. Thanks! Now who may that person be in this forum???
And sorry, I have been away from the game for a bit, but just getting back into it this weekend.
I’d put this in its own thread, but who knows how many years away this game will end up being.
One of my biggest problems with Division 2 was how it was as if they learned nothing from the post-release development and improvements of the first game. They improved the game dramatically and then Div2 launched in an alternate reality where none of that post-release work ever happened.
I wonder if Division 3 will follow the same pattern.
I had no idea about this until I read this post about a new Div 3. For a game that has a strong following, I am very surprised. What are they thinking with such a quiet announcement?
Meh, if they don’t care about it enough to make a splashy launch, I don’t care enough either.
In other news, QT3 clan in TD2 is back to level 30, just like the old clan. The clan number is way down but I’m happy to help level people up and/or squad up to tackle legendary missions.
I loved the first Division and played a ton of it, but somehow I never got in to The Division 2. Not sure if I was just burned out on the formula at that point. Potentially interested in The Division 3 depending on what they’re planning to do with it.
I love The Division 2, but there’s only so many times you can replay the same damn missions over and over again.
First time following a game franchise? :D
This is SOP in game industry, and it boggles my mind too fwiw.
It was my buddy (ZipD, not in this forum) whom I invited to play with me. We both did a lot of missions together, then work took my attention away while he continued on and got us the beret.
So I’m playing through this again, but this time with the girlfriend in co-op. She’s having a great old time, but it takes ages to get anywhere on foot as she insists on exploring every alleyway, store, rooftop, building site etc that we happen across.
Anyway, remembered that there was a Qt3 clan and although we haven’t gotten to the mission where you can unlock the Clan stuff at the WH I’m hoping we’ll get that done this evening.
Never signed up for a clan in TD2, do I just need to search for QTT (like in @Soma’s picture a few posts back) and click join?
To be fair, exploring the cool map is half the fun!
You are not wrong. The girlfriend is constantly impressed by the level of detail while just wandering, as am I. It really is a very good looking game world.
We managed to join the clan eventually, thankfully I don’t have to wear that yellow and blue beret while out gunning down civilians in the name of law and order… :D
Yeah, I try to ignore the rather odious ideological backstory and context in which these Division games wallow, because the moment to moment play is very good, and because it’s pretty over the top and unsophisticated–hardly serious propaganda stuff. But it does bug me, for a lot of reasons.
Welcome. I’ve added both of you as Agents, so you can recruit other peeps if you want. If you need help power leveling give me a shout (but it looks like you and your gf want to take it slow).
Joining a clan gives you extra bounty missions and an extra vendor with high quality gears. Buying the beret is optional (OF COURSE IT ISN’T, IT IS MANDATORY!!!111).
I joined, if it is the clan I think I joined; Cathar_Boy is the in-game name. Haven’t played in ages, so I can’t tell whether some things are looking the way they should. For instance, everything seems a bit washed out, and with a sort of almost yellow-ish tint? Of course, when I logged in it was night and foggy, so I will probably have to wait until bright daylight to really tell.
And I have no idea what anything does or which stats are important or even how my existing loadouts work! I am wondering if I might just start a new agent to refamiliarize myself, heh.