The Division PS4 Review
Games / April 2, 2016

The Division is a game that plays as good as it looks Tom Clancy’s The Division (PS4) New York is in the grip of a Smallpox pandemic, released on purpose through infected bank notes. You are a sleeper agent who works for The Division sent there to fight the pandemic and restore order. You must also find out what happened to your fellow agents in the first wave sent by the Division. New York City is chaotic, streets are blocked with vehicles, piles of rubbish and dead bodies. Meaning the only way to get around is on foot, but that just gives you time to look at the level of detail the developers have added to the game which is impressive. As you move around Manhattan you will come up against rioters, escaped convicts, crazy sanitation workers and even other players. Gun fights in the game are plentiful and challenging. The AI controlled characters don’t just stand there and take it, they push towards you and try to flank you. So unless you’ve teamed up with friends you’ll find yourself moving back to other cover time and again or pushing forward to press home your attacks. I found it best…