The Division 2 official artwork without the logo

After a couple of beta tests and a whole bunch of previews, The Division 2 has now finally made its way to PC and consoles. It brings with it a variety of improvements over the original, both in terms of visuals and gameplay, as well as a greatly enhanced end-game with more actives to mess around, new modes to explore, and naturally, mountains of loot to acquire.

Perhaps most importantly of all, especially when you consider The Division 1's somewhat mediocre launch, The Division 2 has also arrived alongside some rather solid reviews. While there are still some technical issues that need to be resolved, overall it seems like The Division 2 has more or less delivered upon its promises. So if you're looking for an open-world shooter that won't require months to become fully functional, The Division 2 might just be worth a closer look.

Speaking of which, you can get a pretty good idea of what all of this looks like in gameplay terms by checking out the recent "What is The Division 2" trailer. Have a gander, it's a highly informative one:

On the other hand, if you prefer the written word, you can learn more about The Division 2 by hopping over to the official website. Have fun, and if you're worried about the system requirements, you'll find them over here.