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a single side; it really supports our universe and the dream of The Division," El-Zibaoui said. "only on the flat design side -- I am a former degree designer, therefore very attached to that -- in comparison with New York City, that is quite beautiful but built on a grid, Washington D.C. has far more variety. "You've got large open areas, you still have residential developmental areas which are'near Manhattan', but for the height -- these regions will feel familiar. You have the government regions with buildings that are massive. Each of these areas have different designs, but the thing that's most interesting, and brings the most to the game, are the enormous open places."
Based on El-Zibaoui, this variety also has an impact on combat scenarios and how players choose to approach them, what with the map inherently offering different and varying ways for gamers to use the environment- that is something that is reflected from the Dark Zones also, and how each of these differs from every other.
"There are many more methods to approach [a situation]; it isn't only a case of turning into a corner and facing enemies," he explained. "This also benefits the three Dark Zones, which are extremely different in terms of level design. The biggest advantage of Washington DC is that the number we get just by recreating the city." In accordance with some new info shared by Ubisoft, Tom Clancy's The Division 2 will be larger than its predecessor, and maybe the biggest Ubisoft game to date.
This month throughout its fiscal call Ubisoft shown two quite interesting tidbits about Tom Clancy's The Division 2 Boosting
. Two, its pre-orders have already surpassed that of the first the game.According to some new information shared by Ubisoft, Tom Clancy's The Division 2 will be bigger than its predecessor, and maybe the largest Ubisoft game to date.This month during its financial call Ubisoft shown two very interesting tidbits about Tom Clancy's The Division 2. One, its latest beta had more players than any other previous Ubisoft beta. Two, its own pre-orders have surpassed the very first the game.