Tom Clancy's The Division review

A glorious week in hell

Instead of reviewing Tom Clancy’s The Division from the traditional “glass-bottom boat” perspective, I decided to dive right in and take its first week day-by-day as a Division agent in the dying city of New York. Without further ado, the official EGM Tom Clancy’s The Division survival journal.

An effective quantifier for my view on Tom Clancy’s The Division is that I am over three days of game time into it already and I am still not remotely bored. After all this time, there are still new things to discover about the game and covering every little detail in this review would keep people here all day. There may be a bug here or there, but not much could stem the enjoyment that comes from surviving another day in New York. And on that note, I head willingly back into the Dark Zone.


New franchises are always risky business, but Tom Clancy's The Division delivered on everything it promised and more, with only the occasional hiccup.

Massive Entertainment
M - Mature
Release Date
Tom Clancy's The Division is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC. Primary version played was for PlayStation 4. Product was provided by Ubisoft for the benefit of this coverage. EGM reviews on a scale of one to five stars.

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