Thanks to a fan of The Division going by the name Miodec, other players will now be able to plot out strategic ploys using the game’s available abilities to put together a cohesive plan of action with a tool called The Division Skill Calculator. Should potential players of the Massive Entertainment-developed game want to get a head start on dominating firefights, Miodec’s creation will definitely give them the edge to get ahead.
By compiling all of The Division‘s skills, talents, and perks in an easy-to-manage menu that is similar to the one found in the third-person shooter, the Skill Calculator allows players to research which types of characters they want to create, be it those driven by medical, tech, or security specialties. Of course, since The Division‘s release date is a ways off, Miodec’s community tool is a work-in-progress, as there isn’t much hard data for the final version of the title, save for that discovered in the beta test.
Since The Division is essentially an RPG at its heart, players will need to pay close attention to their level, available equipment, and overall character build in order to successfully progress throughout the game. Should fans wish to have even more of a competitive edge over NPC foes and potential PvP opponents, they would do well to also understand the enemy damage indicator’s numbers and colors so as to deal out shots more effectively in combat.
Bearing that in mind, Miodec’s Skill Calculator will assist in creating the strongest soldier possible to make those damage points even more potent, so check out the fan-made site from the source link at the bottom of the article to start planning.
Clearly, there are plenty of reasons to be excited about The Division‘s release, and the ability to tweak and improve upon skill sets to create a unique character is definitely one highly anticipated feature for fans. After all, with Ubisoft providing such a wide variety of options for players to choose from at the outset, it’s probable that the completed title’s gameplay will supply players with a diverse and engaging experience each time they jump into the fray.
Plus, with Ubisoft having made clear its DLC plans for the franchise as being rooted in the concept of building upon the title year after year with fresh content in the spirit of an MMO, it’s understandable why most fans are ready for it to be available already. If anything, fans have been anxiously awaiting The Division‘s arrival ever since its initial preview at E3 2013, and really, all of the materials since the beta have only increased the enthusiasm.
Furthermore, it’s evidence enough that gamers are ready for The Division‘s release with a hardcore fan like Miodec dedicating a lot of time and effort into constructing the aforementioned Skill Calculator. Hopefully, though, the game’s myriad delays will not have occurred in vain, and it will thrive for a long time to come after its launch.
The Division is set to release on March 8, 2016 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
Source: Miodec’s The Division Skill Calculator (via VG 24/7)