The Charm of "Tom Clancy's The Division 2" is its lore and villains
Feb. 24, 2020

The Tom Clancy division, which debuted in 2016, is published by Ubisoft and developed by Massive Entertainment. Tom Clancy's The Division 2 follows the events of the first game that led to the fall of New York City and the consecutive quarantine of the dollar flu on Black Friday. No one can leave or enter the island. To restore balance in a city in ruins, the division has been activated: a secret sector of government that has trained daily civilians in such situations.

The charm of the game is based on its tradition, the construction of the world thanks to the audio protocols and the elusive villain Aaron Keener, also known as Vanguard. Before the events of the division, Keener was sent on a mission to the dark zone. The Dark Zone, also known as DZ, is a much more illegal area than the rest of Manhattan. It was used as the first line of defense when the eruption occurred. Things deteriorated rapidly, from the city under martial law, the lack of food and medicine and the increase in violence. Keener was part of the first wave of division officers trying to sort the dark area. However, his point of view changed when the Joint Task Force withdrew from the dark zone and many had to fend for themselves.

Players have never seen Keener up close. We only hear your voice, hear about your actions or see an ECHO from the ECHO locations. He is almost a shadow and a great strategist who plays on all sides in the fight for order in New York and Washington DC. Agent Vanguard believes that Golden Goose officers must have hunted for years, more valuable than anything necessary to complement their skills with the team.

At the end of the first game, Tom Clancy's The Division, you and other agents try to order New York by arresting Keener, the person who caused this whole disaster. Although The Division had a little life before the release of The Division 2, there was not much history content that expanded the history or location of Agent Vanguard. However, by using audio and ECHO records that describe small events with civilians or protagonists, the player can gather some of the missing scenarios between games.

Fast forward to Tom Clancy's The Division 2, 6 months after the dollar flu hit New York, a new agent in Washington DC creates. While you see how the United States is handling this pandemic in different states, this is excellent for the content and the continuation of the franchise. Keener's quest did not tell part of the story. This has been the case so far when "Warlords of New York" failed in early March. In games like this, once the story is over, just look for the best team to maximize the efficiency of your construction and participate in end-of-game activities such as raids or, if it's frog, go to The Dark Area for PVP Action.