1. The Division 2
Ubisoft’s The Division was a hit back in 2016. This third-person action game let you fight for justice in a New York city driven to chaos due to a deadly epidemic, collaborating with other players as a member of the Division – government agents sent to put order in the beleaguered city and deal with the dangerous factions roaming New York.
And its sequel The Division 2 looks set to offer more of the same, but in a new Washington D.C. setting instead. Playing as a Division agent once more, here you’ll have access to a variety of new skills, such as being able to field an assault drone, which comes handy in exploration and combat. As in the first game, you’ll be able to play through the campaign cooperatively with others, while you’ll be able to go toe to toe against your mates in a new, improved version of the original game’s Dark Zone – a PvP area of the city where anything goes. This is a game to look forward to then, and hopefully this will be as much fun as the first Division game was when it ships next year.
Release date: March 15, 2019. Available on PS4, Xbox One and PC.