The Division is inspired by Operation Dark Winter and Directive 51, real-world events which "revealed how vulnerable we've become"; society has become "fragile" and "complex". In the game, a disease that spreads on Black Friday causes the United States to collapse in 5 days. The player is part of an unconfirmed group that was established to combat the threat and do whatever it takes to "save what remains" in a massive multiplayer online situation, putting them against friends, AI and other players.
the campaigns seem very "tacked on" and IMO aren't necessary.
Ubisoft has already gone down the DRM train with Uplay on PC. They reversed some of it due to backlash but people are naive to think the big publishers like EA and Ubisoft have just given up on it. They will find a way to get everyone on board with it.
quote:Are you saying that because you don't play online multiplayer?
That's why I am not that excited about BF4, looks awesome but how much will I play it? Probably not a lot