The music when it kicks in is great, while the voice acting is passable - nothing to write home about.
The Division 2 looks great on the high-end consoles with a rock-solid frame-rate, but the true beauty of The Division 2 is the hand-crafted world that Ubisoft Massive has created. It’s truly a sight to behold.
The Division 2 retains the meaty shooting that the franchise became known for back in 2016 and the cover mechanic for the most part is rock solid – although it can be a bit temperamental at times. The enemies are still a little bullet-spongey though.
Aside from the repetitive nature of the missions, The Division 2 offers an excellent range of content to get embroiled in. The Dark Zone is still as excellent as ever and offers unlimited replayability, and the endgame is just so well done.
The achievements are fairly well balanced, but they're devoid of inspiration, which is truly a shame. A good spread though, which you can’t really turn your nose up at.