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  • DutchLMB4ever
    Original poster 132 posts

    The other day I saw that assassins creed gets a live service game.
    Why?
    That game is only about loot since the last 3 games. And it's trash ever since.
    (only Origins gets a pass and should have a trilogy like AC 2)
    Anyway The Division should be the franchise that gets this!

    The Division could be 100% better this way.
    * Every month a new area opens up.
    (Because we "drove out the enemy")
    There we get new missions, guns, gear, Exotics.

    * Every 3 months a new Incursion, Raid.
    From start: an Incursion, month 3: Raid, month 6: Incursion, month 9: Raid.
    Every month 9 raid gives info on what the new location is gonna be.

    * Every year a big update where the previous area is "saved" so now we have to clear a different city.

    * Every 3 years a different Country.

    * Every city has a new faction (and old factions follow us to there)

    * Every new country has all new factions, new skills, new talents.

    * Every big update we keep the best 3 gear brands/sets, gear&gun talents and skills so at least we have something to use if the new talents/skills/gear doesn't work properly.

    * Eventually we get cars,motorcycles and boats.
    (Imagine getting followed by cleaners in garbage trucks.
    Eventually they are infront of you and the back opens up with a even more heavily armored incinerator shooting Satan's [censored] at you. Lol)

    *** We should also get K9's. (From launch)

    ** Every now and then we get previous gear, talents, skills back.
    Players get an in-game vote system on what they want to return 1 vote per player.
    And the 5 most asked for things get another voting round.


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  • xcel30
    333 posts

    You know that it would require an absurd amount of manpower for a single project and definetly NOT having your boss company say toshut it down and when you are about to close the door and move to another project say to you get inside and restart full developtment.

    Division 2 tried a lot of new things and i want to say that a pretty decent amount didn't work at the start and had to be reworked, since a lot of those were core game mechanics it just ate throught dev time like no other making all updates feel rushed and buggy.

    With a perfect dev team that can pump out content non stop without having to worry about constantly fix balance and other feature of course this game would be great, what game wouldn't be great with a perfect dev team that could pull eveything in record time?

  • DutchLMB4ever
    Original poster 132 posts

    @xcel30 yea well I myself really thought that all the updates in div 1 till update 1.8 was, so they could put everything from 1.8 into the div 2.
    So that we had a working from launch div 2.
    That way we had everything from div 1 that already worked to start with.
    And all the new stuff they put in could be fixed over time if it didn't work.
    Then at least we had the OG skills,/gear/talents in the meantime.
    I thought that because they said "we learned a lot from Div 1".
    But then div2 launched with:
    Skills that didn't do damage.
    Skills that didn't heal/revive.
    Guns shooting water
    Talents that didn't work.

    Sometimes I was so angry because of it.
    Making up stories in the party chat saying:
    How is it that a 10$ remote toy car annihilate us.
    But our million dollar tech doesn't do Sh/t. Lol

    For me it just makes more sense to do live service with The Division then assassins creed. Oh well

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