While The Division 2’s release next week is coming closer, interviews like the ones you are about to see once more show the love and effort that went into the game to live up the hype for a 1:1 recreation of Washington, D.C.
The developers are talking about their work, research and the ideas they had in mind for bringing iconic locations such as the Washington Monument Grounds, the National Archives and the Lincoln Memorial – to name a few – to Tom Clancy’s The Division 2. Proof enough that the promise from last year’s E3 is on its best way to truly become reality.
Moreover, Ubisoft has worked very closely together with real-life graffiti artists to get their creative work into the game, just like in The Division 1.
If you would like to be one of the first to play the game on March 12th, make sure to check out the game’s release plan here.