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The Division - Basics guide and matchmaking tips
Following that Tom Clancy's The Division 2 is an online game that sees the matches of 4-man and 8-man groups of players, finding allies to play with is a basic problem, as not all players have a pre-made team with whom they can enjoy the multiplayer features of the game. Fortunately, those less fortunate can utilize the matchmaking system, described in detail in this chapter. Matchmaking mechanic is a standard feature of any MMORPG game, but it also appears in other titles that involve coop gameplay and exploration. The same applies to The Division 2 - the game contains a matchmaking option and you can easily use it to find players. The matchmaking system in The Division 2 is fast and matches players based on their experience level - it will never join you up with someone who is 5 levels below your character.
Ubisoft released a series of "Agent Training" videos to help guide you through the troubled streets of New York. The tips are all basic stuff that we've all encountered playing other online multiplayer games. We'll give you a summary of each section, and include the training video. You've probably read these dos and don'ts on Ubiblog - but here's a summarized version in case you missed it. Keep an eye on GameZone for the Dark Zone guide up next. Tomorrow we'll also have our first review of The Division, we're focusing on the single-player aspect as many of our readers asked about the feature.
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