Division 2 and Mortal Kombat 11 deliver near perfect multiplayer experience

OWEN YOUNG

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For many of us living in the 21st Century, gaming is not only a pass time but a key essential for maintaining a happy lifestyle. Playing the same game for any extended period of time can get boring and repetitive; however, late this March and early into April the gaming industry shook things up and dropped a plethora of games to hop into and virtually explore.

Late into March of 2019 the gaming corporation Ubisoft dropped a new addition to one of their hottest franchises, Tom Clancy. This time it was the sequel to one of their most popular games, The Division. Following its classic and well known name, The Division 2 delivers us a great new campaign as well as a near perfect online multiplayer experience.

The game flawlessly delivers jaw dropping visuals and incredible graphics while maintaining a good frame rate; however, it will require a hefty amount of your storage with a 92 GB storage requirement for download.     

The Division 2 follows an amazing storyline about the overtaking of the US government with tons of side quests and missions to complete that will keep you entertained through all of spring break and beyond.

Another amazing game to consider buying is Mortal Kombat 11. The Mortal Kombat game series has been around since the early 1990’s and still continues to thrive more than 20 years later. Their newest game that’s set for a mid-April release will be a perfect past time.

Once you turn your gaming console on and cross over into the virtual world, you won’t be leaving for hours with this new game. The game offers nothing short of amazing graphics and realistic movements.

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Since the release of its first game in 1992 the Mortal Kombat franchise has been known for its blood and gore, in-game executions and overly graphic finishing moves after you’ve beat your opponent in Kombat.

It goes without saying that the game will have a Mature rating, so you will need an adult to go into the store with you unless you’re 17 or over, which shouldn’t be too much of a problem now with online purchases and in-console eShops.

Mortal Kombat 11 is one of those games that takes a certain type of audience because, though it’s a multiplayer game, the game doesn’t deviate too much from its classic fighting style game play.

The campaigns never cease to amaze its audience with new villians and the returning of classic fighters and new additions to the group. This game has a lot of build up surrounding it, and should be an overall amazing game to play.