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The Division 2 Riffs Pretty Directly on the Border Situation

Gamers who are excited to jump into The Division 2 and get down to business only have a little over a week until the full game is released. That said, Ubisoft has been kind enough to officially reveal the launch trailer for the upcoming sequel, and there is plenty of action to go around. As can be seen in the video above, the last line of defense is prepared to do whatever it takes to reclaim D.C. Ordinary people living ordinary lives, but when the call came, their secret training kicked in and they were activated to ensure the recapturing of Washington.


Despite being one of Ubisoft's non-political games, The Division 2 riffs pretty directly on the border situation, and today that fact became a visible part of the marketing for the game. Ubisoft tweeted out a faux press release from the Mexican government earlier today with the message Mexico responds to the deteriorating situation in the US. The idea is that Mexico has declared a state of emergency following the apocalyptic outbreak which strikes the US in The Division, and the country has approved funding to build a border wall that will keep US refugees out.


A new ad for THE DIVISION 2 has the MEXICAN GOVERNMENT DECLARE A STATE OF EMERGENCY, build a wall on the US-Mexico border, and bar US citizens from entering the country. Doubtless few would disagree that the Division 2 Mexico ad is a little on the nose for a game supposedly absent of politics. If you have any issues pertaining to wherever and how to use TD2 Credits, you can get hold of us at our own web page. The official Twitter account for The Division 2 tweeted out the ad earlier today. The tweet reads, THIS JUST IN. Mexico responds to the deteriorating situation in the US. A press release from the game's Mexican government is attached.


Welcome back to The PC Gamer Show, our weekly livestreamed podcast. You can catch the show live on Wednesdays at 1 pm PDT on our Twitch channel, or after the fact at any of the links below. On this week's show, Chris tells about his 12 hours in The Division 2 open beta, Wes and James wax on about their love for Devil May Cry 5, and the whole gang talks about their favorite podcast games. It's been a few years since the release of Tom Clancy's The Division, and the loot-based, post-apocalyptic shooter will return in a sequel that aims to capture the growing momentum of the original by adding even more content. Tom Clancy's The Division 2 will launch on March 15, 2019 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.


As well as the Speciailisations opening up in the end game, you can read more about what to expect, like the Black Tusks faction, specific to the endgame, that are going to be the toughest yet. There will be plenty to do in The Division 2, as there have been a bounty of improvements implemented by Ubisoft. We know that the story featured in the upcoming title is 40 hours long, 8-player raids will be present, three Dark Zones, dedicated PvP, and much more.

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