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  • o.O.Anubis.O.o
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    So im a long term player, whos been out of the mix due to my old cpu was dying lets say but coming back into div 2, im kinda disapointed a bit, not due to the amount of content but what used to be in division has no means in the second one, like i miss the underground aspect, and even survival, id love to see the dev team eventually make Manhattan again but make it more based around its been so long since lets say our agents from the first one have come back to manhattan, and new york wise, like in the original trailer you had an idea of making this



    Like what warlords is basicly is a small fraction of the city thats was near the old city, like in my mind i originally thought to the south of the old map was a huge area of the dark zone that you didnt want to finish off or something based on doing a bit of research i came across this lovely map
    like the Village area of "Greenwhich and East" part of the DZ, and then below that was just lets say city areas to explore and thats why no one was able to get past, there was a giant wall in the way or something? not sure but id love to see you guys importing the old division into the warlords of newyork, and then just giving it a few updates but basically leaving it as it is, just give it a bit of nature and damage over time stuff, but then adding the lower area as a huge dark zone or something?

    One of the things would be neat is being able to transfer possible items players who played the first game over to the second one at least, like we have the special so called safe box all over the place but im not sure if its possible for the dev team to link the stuff across to each of our accounts from div one to div two wise,

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