The Division 2

Kerosene31

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No thanks. Call me crazy but I prefer the old school pricing model. Buy the game, then buy the expansions for those still playing.

I'd rather just know the cost of a game up front rather than getting bled dry over time.
 
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Most of the time, I'm done with the game by the time the DLC is out.
 

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Does it say how much stash space we start with?
I think that's the issue. They are still working on that number; however, they'll gladly start taking your money for it now (pre-orders).
 

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My love of Division is all over the place. Initial launch I loved it for one play through then thought, this is it? Then once they made all the big changes I double dipped on the PC version and loved it again. But now I'm back to nah fam. Should have learned from your mistakes but now you're just making different ones.
 

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I liked D1 when it first came out. Kind of enjoyed what they were trying to do with the story and the combat and setting was pretty good. I even did the Dark Zone for some time, but fell off like most MP games. I just can keep up with everyone leveling and I was quickly left behind. Plus, I rather play other games at some point and not stick with the same game.

D2 isn't really on my radar this go around. I like to see how much play time the campaign is.
 
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Kerosene31

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My big problem in D1 was all the griefing. The game forced you into the Dark Zone where high level players would gank you instantly. They wouldn't even get anything from it, but they did it anyway because f you for trying to play. The system was kind of fun, but was ruined by all the people online who just want to make your life miserable. I remember signing on and there's one guy who just runs in front of me the whole time trying to get me to shoot him.

Plus the 3rd person combat just didn't work for me.
 

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Yo dog I got Somme exclusive massive news about the division 2.... be sure to watch my next video when I tell y'all what it is.

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Kerosene31

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Wasn't really saying anything.. massive.

Unless he eventually mentions it's coming to the epic store rather than steam?
2 minutes of info, 8+ minutes of filler to get to the magic 10 minute monetisation mark in youtube. I purposely skip most 10-11 minute videos because that is often a tell-tale sign.
 

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2 minutes of info, 8+ minutes of filler to get to the magic 10 minute monetisation mark in youtube. I purposely skip most 10-11 minute videos because that is often a tell-tale sign.
Holy crap, I never knew that. So that's why most of the videos I watch are just slightly above the 10 minute mark. Its no big deal to me because I find most Youtube content more useful than the so-called professional websites.
 

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Holy crap, I never knew that. So that's why most of the videos I watch are just slightly above the 10 minute mark. Its no big deal to me because I find most Youtube content more useful than the so-called professional websites.
The problem is 10 minutes is an eternity for most content. You have people putting videos out daily and each of them are 10+ minutes.

They take every little thing and stretch it out. The long intro, the redundant info. I mean, every Destiny streamer has 10 minutes on their "take" on the Activision/Bungie split (when they know nothing more than anyone else).
 

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Stories in these types of games are largely irrelevant to be honest.

Looks alright, though.