Tom Clancy's The Division 2 has been seeing a lot of good press lately. After releasing a major expansion last month that moved the action from Washington DC to New York City (and dramatically lowering the price of the base game), Division 2 saw a surge of new players joining the fold.
Though The Division 2 has long been expected on Stadia, the release date has been unclear. Turns out, its today!
Three version of Tome Clancy's The Division 2 are available today in the Stadia store:
$9.90 for a full-fledged UbiSoft game is a mighty good price, regardless of the system. And with the Warlords of New York expansion retailing for $29.99, the larger editions seem reasonably priced. In all, this is a great deal.
Why pay a bit more than you would on console, you ask? Well, for starters, the Stadia edition has cross-progress/cross-save with the PC version. Stadia is also quick to point out that "Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 also includes Stream Connect, an exciting feature unique to Stadia allowing players to stream their teammate’s viewpoints onto a single screen. With Stream Connect, Division Agents can roam around the open world maps of Washington D.C. or Lower Manhattan and see areas of the map from the eyes of squad mates."
This is a huge addition to the Stadia library, and with Doom Eternal right around the corner, things are looking up in Stadia-land. And hey, you're bored, I'm bored, we're all bored. Lets meet up and shoot some bad guys in the Smithsonian!