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The Division 2 story trailer is here, and it’s not political at all

Ubisoft would like to remind everyone that The Division 2 is just a game, and no part of its story is political in any way.

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The Division 2 story trailer

Ubisoft would like to remind everyone that The Division 2 is just a game, and no part of its story is political in any way.

After some short, sharp-cut scenes of violence, the camera settles on a ruined Washington DC.

Reminder: The Division 2 is not political.

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“But with the country slipping into civil war,” the voiceover asks, “who can we trust?”

Reminder: The Division 2 is not political.

“The fight to save our nation from total collapse,” begins a different voice, “is far from over.”

Reminder: The Division 2 is not political.

“Ruthless factions threaten to destroy the very fabric of our democracy.”

Reminder: The Division 2 is not political.

“Depraved fascists prey on the week and murder the innocent.”

Reminder: The Division 2 is not political.

“This is our defining moment,” resumes the first voice. “Our chance to take back our country.”

Reminder: The Division 2 is not political.

Reminder: The Division 2 is not political.

The Division 2 launches for PS4, Xbox One, and PC – via the Epic Store and not Steam – on March 15th, 2019.

A private beta – guaranteed for those who pre-order the game – will run between the 7th and 10th of February. If you haven’t pre-ordered you can add your name the list, but access isn’t guaranteed.

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