Are you keen to get your fix of loot-em-up gaming after The Anthem or maybe Destiny 2 have left you feeling cold?
Good news – this week, we’ve seen The Division 2 launch… and at the time of writing it’s actually reviewing quite well, too.
Thanks to our eagle-eyed friends over at HotUKDeals, we’ve seen a pretty decent deal on the game emerge this morning – one that could net you the game for a great £26.
Thanks to a deal over at GAME, if you trade in one of a selected list of games you can pick up the newly released Ubisoft title for £26 – you can check out the full list below.
It’s not a bad deal: there are games on the list that are pretty old now, so if you’re not averse to trading in something you’ve already played through and completed, you could net the game for almost £30 of its current retail price.
All you need to do is head to your local GAME store, trade in a game from the list below, and take home your copy of The Division 2.
WHAT CAN YOU TRADE IN?
Here is the full list of games you can trade-in along with format to get The Division 2 for £26:
Marvel’s Spider-Man – PLAYSTATION 4
Resident Evil 2 – PLAYSTATION 4
FIFA 19 – PLAYSTATION 4
Pokémon Let’s Go! Pikachu – NINTENDO SWITCH
Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy – NINTENDO SWITCH
Battlefield V – PLAYSTATION 4
Resident Evil 2 – XBOX ONE
Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker – NINTENDO SWITCH
Battlefield V – XBOX ONE
The Sims 4 – PLAYSTATION 4
Mario Tennis Aces – NINTENDO SWITCH
Pokémon Let’s Go! Eevee – NINTENDO SWITCH
The Sims 4 – XBOX ONE
Jurassic World Evolution – PLAYSTATION 4
EA Sports UFC 3 – PLAYSTATION 4
1-2-Switch – NINTENDO SWITCH
The Crew 2 – PLAYSTATION 4
ARMS – NINTENDO SWITCH
Jurassic World Evolution – XBOX ONE
Forza Horizon 4 – XBOX ONE
Hitman 2 – PLAYSTATION 4
ARK Survival Evolved – XBOX ONE
Diablo III The Eternal Collection – NINTENDO SWITCH
LEGO City Undercover – NINTENDO SWITCH
Pro Evolution Soccer 2019 – PLAYSTATION 4
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 & 2.5 Remix – PLAYSTATION 4
ARK Survival Evolved – PLAYSTATION 4
Persona 5 – PLAYSTATION 4
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 – XBOX ONE
Hello Neighbor – NINTENDO SWITCH
Hitman 2 – XBOX ONE
A Way Out – PLAYSTATION 4
Fire Emblem Warriors – NINTENDO SWITCH
LEGO® DC Super-Villains – NINTENDO SWITCH
F1 2018 – PLAYSTATION 4
Farming Simulator 19 – XBOX ONE
LEGO Disney/Pixar The Incredibles – NINTENDO SWITCH
Monopoly – NINTENDO SWITCH
Dark Souls: Remastered – NINTENDO SWITCH
Dragon Quest Builders – NINTENDO SWITCH
Go Vacation – NINTENDO SWITCH
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 – NINTENDO SWITCH
Sonic Forces – NINTENDO SWITCH
Sonic Mania Plus – NINTENDO SWITCH
Madden NFL 19 – PLAYSTATION 4
Bayonetta 2 – NINTENDO SWITCH
Payday 2 – NINTENDO SWITCH
Carnival Games – NINTENDO SWITCH
Just Dance 2018 – NINTENDO SWITCH
LEGO Harry Potter Collection – NINTENDO SWITCH
The Division 2 – Early Impressions
All the way back in 2015, Ubisoft launched The Division. It made a lot of money, and was fairly well received, and despite a wobbly launch the game got better with every patch and update and stayed robust – even up until the present day.
The trouble was, since launch, many players have left – the game’s lack of endgame content meant that there wasn’t as much to do after the campaign was over.
Bullet-sponge enemies and an impressively realised but disappointingly restrictive Manhattan made some missions feel like a chore, while Dark Zone griefing soured the taste for many.
But it’s worth remembering that The Division wasn’t bad from the get-go.
Its third-person, cover-based combat was arguably some of the best in the genre, while its Dark Zone (whilst flawed) allowed players to turn on each other in an innovative new way that was seldom seen in console games of this size.