The Division 2 It was one of the great releases of four years ago, in March 2019 when it landed for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Since then it has kept a certain community active that has been savoring it with all the updates that the French have been adding to give it life. But now, when his influence was not the highest, he suddenly broke into Steam reaching peaks of players that have placed him among the most trending of the last seven days.
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You have to remember that Ubisoft, in recent years, has had a somewhat strange game distribution policy on PC. With the launch of his own store (Ubishop), he decided that many of his games were never going to be available on Steam again, which is the store that has kept computers alive during the dark years when nobody on the market gave a hard for the survival of the business. You know, piracy and all that stuff.
That measure of not selling on Steam caused those who used the Valve platform were deprived of great releases, although given the magnitude of the crisis they are going through, it seems that the French have retracted that decision and have come back with their tails between their legs. It already happened on December 6 with the launch of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla on Steam, and that happened on January 12 with The Division 2.
That is the explanation behind this sudden rise in The Division 2 within the ranking of the games that are trending on Steam. It doesn’t come close to what giants like CS:GO, DOTA 2, PUBG, etc., but it gives a hint of how well it has been received.
The price also helps
That it reaches Steam is obviously decisive for its sudden popularity on PC, but also the offer with which it has arrived and that has brought down its price until it cost us just 10 euros. Specifically 9, compared to the 29.99 that marks the recommended standard version. If you want to take advantage of this discount, you have until January 26 to do so because then things will return to their usual cost.
remember that The Division 2 It marked the return of a franchise that, with the first installment, was somewhat touched by the amount of time it took to launch, the enormous expectations generated in that mythical demo at E3 in 2012, and the many flaws in its initial approach. All this was corrected with its continuation and proof of the successes in the added changes was the success it has achieved over the past four years and that they have helped it land on Steam, seducing those who either tried it on another platform, or did not know it and have decided to give it a try so long after.
So now you know. The Division 2 is available on steam Finally, lowered and waiting for you to give it a chance if you missed doing it at the time.