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For everyone who's played The Division, and I do know of a few people who was wishing to see what Manhattan would have looked like in the Spring instead of seeing snow. Well, I'm happy to announce that we have some E3 footage of the new Division 2.
One, we are no longer fighting in Winter, but in (I'm guessing here) very late winter/early spring due to a major lack of snow. Also, we now have a new location to commence operations - Washington D.C.. That's right, we are now located in the Capital of the United States, which should please some veterans and/or hardcore fans of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.
One thing I was disappointed with The Division is that the E3 trailers showed that we would be working in ALL of New York City, but in the end, it turned out to be probably 1/5th of Manhattan all up (thus making it the smallest Open World game I've been on to date). What I'm hoping for this is that we can fight through out all of D.C. in this. Of course, this is still showing the aftermath of Black Friday outbreak, so expect some more Christmas decorations scattered everywhere. As for hostile forces and allies, I have seen some hostiles kitted up in (I assuming here) US Military gear including one wearing - what looks like - Juggernaut Armour, so we could be looking at another PMC outfit, rioters who have seized Military gear, or rogue elements of the US military itself - and given the way Aaron Keener's very persuasive in getting people to working for him, that would not surprise me.
As for allied forces like the JTF in The Division, that is unknown at this point in time.
In addition to some of the old arsenal returning in The Division 2 (FN SSR Mk 20 - SCAR 20 for you CS:GO veterans, Marine Super 90, and Lightweight M4 to name some), we now gain access to some new weapons such as Crossbows, some different munitions for the Sticky Launcher, with one known as 'Chem-Cloud' - a grenade round that launches a gas cloud that can be ignited by weapon's fire - useful when preparing an assault or ambush, new SHD Tech to use, such as something known as 'The Hive', along with the return of some classics such as the Seeker Mine, and - for me - at long last, we can now get proper grenade launchers, such as the Milkor M32 MGL Grenade Launcher, so this should please a few people (especially due to hours of experience against the LMB Grenadiers)'
Be Advised, that hostile forces have also gained some new weapons as well, so don't get too confident just yet....
To that end, we can now start signing up for the Closed Beta, and yes I have my name down if you want to find me out there on Capitol Hill when it comes.
As for a release date (unsure if its for the Beta or the retail release), we are looking at March 15th 2019.
To wrap this up, here is the video to show what we have to work with at the moment.
My name here, for Origin, Steam and also for Uplay, is Kommandant4298, but you may know me as Der Kommandant. I was a small time modder for Halo CE, and Battlefield 2, but switched to Gmod for my new creations and for most of my work. I have a strong passion with history with WWII as my main interest, but I also have an interest in modern day warfare as well, in addition to a strong knowledge about various special forces and modern day firearms. I'm a big fan of both Halo and Red vs Blue, along with Arby 'n' the Chief, but nothing like RvB. I also try to help my friends where I can.
Favorite moviesEnemy at the Gates (2001), A-Team (2010), The Expendables series, Many Others.Favorite TV showsTop Gear, Big Bang Theroy, CSI, CSI: Miami, CSI: NY, M*A*S*H, Red vs. Blue, Mythbusters, Blue Bloods, Many othersFavorite bands / musical artistsRammstein, Sabaton, Romeros, Linkin Park, Many More...Favorite booksDeath Or Glory: The Last Commando, The Guns of Naverone,Favorite gamesHalo Series, Battlefield 3, Battlefield 4, Garry's Mod, Star Wars Battlefront (2015), Half-Life 2 + Episodes, Some COD games, Mass Effect Series, Team Fortess 2, Metal Gear Solid V, Many Others...Favorite gaming platformPC due to the fact that games can be modded easily rather then Xbox or PS.Tools of the TradePhotoshop, Garry's Mod, XVI32 Hex editor.Other InterestsHistory, with a focus point in WWII, Military equipment, Tornadoes, Certain Cars
My latest Clone Trooper - yes, it's another ARC Trooper. Say hello to Weapons Specialist and Combat Medic ARC-23/78-6782 'Ironhide'.
The inspiration for this ARC came predominantly from the Transformers franchise - more specifically the Autobot Commando (and later Combat Medic) Hound, with his name coming from the Autobot's Weapon Specialist Ironhide.
I did want to name him 'Hound' to help reinforce the main line of inspiration, but being as we already have an canon ARF Trooper from the Courscant Guard having that name, along with others on the Star Wars Fanon Wikia having their Clone Troopers named 'Hound', I couldn't do that. Instead, after some brainstorming on the idea, I chose Ironhide for it sounded more badass for a Clone Trooper, and had a quick search to see if anyone else had beaten me to this idea - to which no one has.
For the lore side of things - How Ironhide earned his name was thanks to the what happened to him on his first combat deployment - the First Battle of Geonosis. When he was deployed on the ground, when 6782 either went to wounded clones to prep them to Medevac or when he used his DC-15A Blaster Rifle, the Battle Droids somehow couldn't land anything more than a glancing hit on 6782. By the end of the battle, 6782 had nearly 15 glancing blows on his armour and sporting 5 wounds - with the worst being in his left thigh (though that didn't even slow him down). Thanks to this, his brothers gave him his nickname of 'Ironhide'.
What got Ironhide selected for ARC Trooper training was one stunning event during the Second Battle of Felucia where, after being cut off from the rest of the 501st Legion and finding 12 wounded troopers, he collected what weapons that he could find and hunkered down until reinforcements could arrive. During the space of 16 hours, Ironhide single-handedly held the line, while keeping the wounded safe and destroyed nearly 200 battle droids until reinforcements arrived. It was thanks to this, that this got him recognised for ARC Trooper status.
Since then, Ironhide's weapons consist of a Z-6 Rotary Blaster Cannon, his old DC-15A Blaster Rifle, a DC-15S Blaster Carbine, and two DC-17 Blaster Pistols, with a Vibroblade for Hand-to-Hand combat (The way I've listed Ironhide's weapons is the order in which they are used - when one runs out of ammo, he ditches the empty weapon then switches to the next one has).
As for Ironhide's personality, it's a bit of a mix of Hound and Hardcase - hence the writing on his chest armour.