Tom Clancy's The Division is designed as the ultimate tactics experience, one that you can share only with your friends and which can deliver amazing value! But is this game worth your time, do you want to know more about it? Let’s find out everything you want to know about it right now!

The game offers an interesting story, as it features a pandemic that spreads during Black Friday and it has spread through the entire US. The government and bank system is collapsed so you, as a part of the Division you need to do whatever it takes in order to combat the threat and prevent the city from falling, doing all that is necessary. Most of the time you will have to engage people that are attacked by the pandemic, but there are many other demanding situations that you need to face. Thankfully you can team up with people online, but remember that they can turn into enemies at any given time so you need to be prepared for everything as you play!

Tom Clancy's The Division was first announced at 2013’s E3, so we have 3 years since its announcement and we suspect at least 4-5 years in development. Its release was pushed back multiple times, all with the idea of creating a much better game, but if that is the case or not we will most likely be able to see very soon. According to rumors, the change was caused by the transition to a new game engine, however it seems that numerous gameplay changes have appeared as well. Not only that, but a mobile app was also announced yet that was cancelled a few months after, with the developers trying to focus more on the game instead of extras.

One thing to note here is that Tom Clancy's The Division is different when compared to the other titles in the series, because it focuses more on something that might happen instead of realism. Moreover, the ability to play cooperatively and doing so in an MMO is a first to the series. They also added in a great leveling system, dedicated areas filled with high level enemies and so on, things that can’t be seen in the other titles that share the name of this series. However, the gameplay mechanics, weapon, targeting and tactics remain almost intact!

The official specifications are yet to be released, but there are some rumored requirements that can be true. It seems that you will need at least 4 GB of RAM to play the game, an Intel Core 2 Duo E6700 or maybe the AMD Athlon 64 x2 6000+, and when it comes to graphics at least a GTS 450 or an AMD R7 250. You will also needs around 20GB of space according to the rumors, something quite common for AAA games these days. Of course, the better the computer specs you have when compared to these, the better the game will actually run!

As a whole, Tom Clancy's The Division is set to be an exciting and fun game, it has definitely been a long time coming so hopefully it will deliver on its promise. Tom Clancy's The Division is set to release on the 8th of March 2016 and your CDKeys can be found here.