As shared-world multiplayer games go, Tom Clancy's The Division has enjoyed such an interesting, surprisingly long lifespan. Ubisoft's third-person shooter, set in the snowy streets of smallpox-afflicted New York City, was a commercial success at launch, but the sparse end-game content eventually left many players cold. Undeterred, the development team kept refining the game with years' worth of improvements, leading to what is now a cult hit with a small army of dedicated players. The Division 2 aims to build on that success, taking place in Washington, D.C. seven months after the events of the first game's outbreak. With the new class system, eight-player raids, and an overhauled game engine, there should be a lot to love in The Division 2 for anyone who enjoys shooting thugs and looting their bodies for better gear.