While The Division had a mildly rocky launch on March 8, it seems that the game has gotten its stuff together and has been carrying on for most without issue. And while the post-apocalyptic story set in an abandoned New York City was gripping, I quickly learned that The Division was less about the story and more about the action.
This is a strange feeling for me, because when it comes to games, I dedicate myself wholly to the game’s story. But in Tom Clancy’s The Division, the game is not so much about the story—and it’s okay. The game is about immersing yourself in an open-world map and forming a camaraderie with other online players to either explore the world or complete missions together.