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The Division 2’s Washington DC is A 1:1 Representation Of The Real One, Says Ubisoft

Ubisoft has just revealed The Division 2, the successor to their original title, The Division. The first release, The Division originally launched back in March, 2016. Now that Ubisoft has shown off The Division 2 at E3 2018, we could get the news rolling.

So, at at E3 2018, the company announced the successor to The Division, The Division 2. After the event, the company has a webpage showcasing some key details about the release and game itself. What caught our attention is the fact that Ubisoft mentions is that the title has a 1:1 representation of the real life Washington DC. This means that the environment in the game would virtually be the exact same copy of the real deal. On their website, it says…

Unlike anything before it, The Division 2’s Washington D.C. is a 1:1 representation of the real city, making the game world more authentic than ever. The game’s map offers up-close-and-personal views of landmarks, natural landscapes, neighbourhoods, and enemy hideouts. – The Divison 2 Official Site

The Division 2, like its predecessor involves first-person shooting as well as exploring a city full of issues. Regaining control over the city is the objective in the game and considering how well the first “The Division” title was received, I’m confident that this release should be great too…

The Division 2 is set to launch on March 15, 2019 on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.

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