Eh... I paid about $38 for it. I kinda feel like I got enough out of it. If you have friends you can play with, then it'll most likely be worth it. If you don't, I'd pass for now. I played with some co-workers, and had fun leveling up to 30 and doing some dark zone runs for a while. Haven't played in close to a week now though.
There's really not much you can do solo once you get to level 30. The challenge missions get boring quickly, as they are exactly the same every time and there's only about 5 different ones that rotate daily. Have to hope you get matched with a decent group, or you'll be spending an hour or more in the mission, and maybe not even finishing.
The dark zone is pretty rough these days for solo players. I think a lot of the higher level players are just bored and have nothing better to do than grief the noobs.
Crafting better gear should be an interesting endgame activity, but they've made the hunt for materials into the most tedious slog imaginable. Not only do you have to deal with the RNG when you open boxes to look for Division Tech (hoping for gold, but usually getting blue), but the boxes are shared by everyone in the instance, so if you don't get there first, then have fun waiting for the reset and hoping you get there before the dozen other people do.
To top it off, you can't even roll up blue Division Tech into gold like you can with all the other materials, so you can't even make progress if your RNG sucks.
Basically they have a whole lot of fixing and balancing to do. Right now most of the top people are fully geared out just from exploiting farming glitches. Good luck competing against them.
Oh, and the DPS stats they show when comparing gear are just plain wrong. Probably the number 2 thing they need to fix, behind the materials issue. Adding some random events to the missions would help a lot in alleviating the boredom too. There needs to be unexpected things happening along the way to keep people on their toes, rather than just going through the muscle memory of it for the 500th time.This comment was edited on Apr 3, 2016, 12:35.
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