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The Division - PC £11.99 / £11.39 with 5% code from CDKeys

£11.39 @ CDKeys
Cheapest price I have seen for this game. Played it at launch and have recently got back into it again. Edit: Thanks to JWSG for reminding me about the 5% discount code reducing it from £11.99 to… Read More
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5m, 1w agoFound 5 months, 1 week ago
Cheapest price I have seen for this game. Played it at launch and have recently got back into it again.

Edit: Thanks to JWSG for reminding me about the 5% discount code reducing it from £11.99 to £11.39.

I know its Uplay, which will receive some negative feedback, but if your okay with that (and like saving a few quid) then its not that bad.

Game Blurb

We live in a complex world. The more advanced it gets, the more vulnerable it becomes. We’ve created a house of cards: remove just one, and everything falls apart. 
A devastating pandemic sweeps through New York City, and one by one, basic services fail. In only days, without food or water, society collapses into chaos. The Division, an autonomous unit of tactical agents, is activated. Leading seemingly ordinary lives among us, these agents are trained to operate independently in order to save society. 

When society falls, we rise.

Total Breakdown

We live in a fragile and complex world, a web of interdependent systems we rely on every day. When one fails, others follow, creating a deadly domino effect that can cripple society in days. In Tom Clancy’s The Division, immerse yourself in a frighteningly chaotic and devastated New York City, where all has failed. As a Division agent, your mission is to restore order, team up with other agents, and take back New York.

A new take on the Clancy series

Welcome to an online, open world RPG experience where exploration and player progression are essential. Use your skills, weapons, and wits in combat. Play in a persistent and dynamic environment that combines the Tom Clancy series’ core authenticity and tactical decisions, RPG action, trading, and much more.

100% social

Team up with friends in co-op, jump in and jump out at any time, and use your combined skills to fight the crisis, investigate the sources of the virus, and engage all threats... even your own citizens. Seamlessly engage in PvP, player-to-player trading, and experience suspenseful scenarios where danger can come from anywhere and anyone.

Only on next-gen

Powered by the new game engine Snowdrop, tailor-made for next-gen consoles, Tom Clancy’s The Division achieves a whole new level of gameplay quality. Snowdrop takes full advantage of the new consoles, with dynamic global illumination, stunning procedural destruction, and an insane amount of detail and visual effects.

Gear up and live your own adventure

As part of The Division, harness state-of-the-art technology, both networked and prototyped. Loot fallen foes and craft new, improved gear. Completely customise your go-bag, an agent’s only supplies in the event of collapse, and communicate with the other agents at all times with your smartwatch. Customise your agent with thousands of weapon types, skill combinations, gear, and much more. The choices you make can help forge a recovery or plunge the city deeper into chaos.

Recommended Specifications:

OS: Windows® 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 (64-bit versions only)
Processor: Intel Core i7-3770 | AMD FX-8350, or better.
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 | AMD Radeon R9 290, or better – See supported List* - Laptop models of these desktop cards may work as long as they are on-par in terms of performance with at least the minimum configuration. For an up-to-date list of supported hardware, please visit the FAQ for this game on our website: http://support.ubi.com
Storage: 40 GB available space
Internet Requirement: Broadband connection with 512 kbps upstream, or faster.
Additional Notes:
*Supported NVIDIA cards at time of release: GeForce GTX500 series: GeForce GTX560 (2 GB VRAM) or better • GeForce GTX600 series: GeForce GTX660 or better • GeForce GTX700 series: GeForce GTX760 or better • GeForce GTX900 Titan series: GeForce GTX960 or better
*Supported AMD cards at time of release: Radeon HD7000 series: Radeon HD7770 (2 GB VRAM) or better • Radeon 200 series: Radeon R7 270 or better • Radeon 300/Fury X series: Radeon R7 370 or better.
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#1
£11.39 with 5% code
#2
Such a bad game, even with the DLC.

Wished I hadn't bought the deluxe version with season pass. Toxic
1 Like #3
The_Hoff
Such a bad game, even with the DLC.
Wished I hadn't bought the deluxe version with season pass. Toxic

Agree, the campaign was...ok with friends but the dark zone, end game is absolute trash!!

I bought this on release and wished I hadn't as soon as I finished the game incredibly quickly.

At this price it might be worth if someone doesn't care about longevity of gameplay
#4
The survival dlc is good, but it should have been free though.
2 Likes #5
I don't understand why people hate on this game so much. I can only assume that a lot of people are still upset that the game didn't deliver at launch or something along those lines. I bought the game around xmas time and have found it to be pretty decent based on normal expectations.
#6
Really tempted, heard that you pretty much need the DLC? And they cost a fair bit :(
1 Like #7
Stopped playing 2 months after it's release and have just started playing it again. The game has improved alot since then.
If you get any of the DLC then pick Survival, you'll get some fun out of that mode. Underground DLC is just mini dungeons that other people don't bother playing anymore, there's better places to get gear.
Dark Zone (PVP area) is a no go area if you solo play, other players now spend their time camping check points (spawn areas) and will kill you on sight even though you have no gear to drop.
#8
Rid1
Really tempted, heard that you pretty much need the DLC? And they cost a fair bit :(
You don't need any of the DLC.
1 Like #9
xSluggConex
The_Hoff
Such a bad game, even with the DLC.
Wished I hadn't bought the deluxe version with season pass. Toxic
Agree, the campaign was...ok with friends but the dark zone, end game is absolute trash!!
I bought this on release and wished I hadn't as soon as I finished the game incredibly quickly.
At this price it might be worth if someone doesn't care about longevity of gameplay

I came to it from Destiny and found Destiny had much more longevity than it. Destiny had the Crucible, Trials of Osiris, Iron Banner and a variety of gameplay with a (mediocre) campaign (like Division), strikes, better variety of loot and game mechanics, more interesting and varied environments and importantly end game that was largely enjoyable with a group of friends. The Vault of Glass was still one of the defining gaming experiences I can speak of.

Though even Destiny lost its way a number of times, had it not been for the Crucible I'd had dropped it a long time before I did.

Division in comparison is pretty enjoyable for the first 10 hours until you recognise you've seen everything there is to see by that stage.

I wouldn't play it for £11 even knowing what I know now as massive patently had no idea what they were doing at any point of development.
#10
The_Hoff
xSluggConex
The_Hoff
Such a bad game, even with the DLC.
Wished I hadn't bought the deluxe version with season pass. Toxic
Agree, the campaign was...ok with friends but the dark zone, end game is absolute trash!!
I bought this on release and wished I hadn't as soon as I finished the game incredibly quickly.
At this price it might be worth if someone doesn't care about longevity of gameplay

I came to it from Destiny and found Destiny had much more longevity than it. Destiny had the Crucible, Trials of Osiris, Iron Banner and a variety of gameplay with a (mediocre) campaign (like Division), strikes, better variety of loot and game mechanics, more interesting and varied environments and importantly end game that was largely enjoyable with a group of friends. The Vault of Glass was still one of the defining gaming experiences I can speak of.

Though even Destiny lost its way a number of times, had it not been for the Crucible I'd had dropped it a long time before I did.

Division in comparison is pretty enjoyable for the first 10 hours until you recognise you've seen everything there is to see by that stage.

I wouldn't play it for £11 even knowing what I know now as massive patently had no idea what they were doing at any point of development.


Totally agree. Destiny is a superior experience in my opinion...just a shame Activision chose a model that pretty much disables the game unless you shell out each year for dlc. For this price The Division certainly offers some fun for coop play, but get ready to plough many, many bullets into the ai heads on every mission. I've got to level 18 and already finding it a substantial grind.
#11
painstick
The_Hoff
xSluggConex
The_Hoff
Such a bad game, even with the DLC.
Wished I hadn't bought the deluxe version with season pass. Toxic
Agree, the campaign was...ok with friends but the dark zone, end game is absolute trash!!
I bought this on release and wished I hadn't as soon as I finished the game incredibly quickly.
At this price it might be worth if someone doesn't care about longevity of gameplay

I came to it from Destiny and found Destiny had much more longevity than it. Destiny had the Crucible, Trials of Osiris, Iron Banner and a variety of gameplay with a (mediocre) campaign (like Division), strikes, better variety of loot and game mechanics, more interesting and varied environments and importantly end game that was largely enjoyable with a group of friends. The Vault of Glass was still one of the defining gaming experiences I can speak of.

Though even Destiny lost its way a number of times, had it not been for the Crucible I'd had dropped it a long time before I did.

Division in comparison is pretty enjoyable for the first 10 hours until you recognise you've seen everything there is to see by that stage.

I wouldn't play it for £11 even knowing what I know now as massive patently had no idea what they were doing at any point of development.


Totally agree. Destiny is a superior experience in my opinion...just a shame Activision chose a model that pretty much disables the game unless you shell out each year for dlc. For this price The Division certainly offers some fun for coop play, but get ready to plough many, many bullets into the ai heads on every mission. I've got to level 18 and already finding it a substantial grind.


Shame no Destiny on PC, Destiny 2 is tho.
#12
DrTrouserPlank
I don't understand why people hate on this game so much. I can only assume that a lot of people are still upset that the game didn't deliver at launch or something along those lines. I bought the game around xmas time and have found it to be pretty decent based on normal expectations.
Yeah, there seems to be a big difference of opinion between people who played it at launch and hated it, and people playing from 1.4/1.5 and loving it.

Of course, one group's opinions is far more relevant than the other's today. ;)

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