The Division

The Division

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With the launch of The Division just a week away, we thought it was a good time to update you on exactly when servers will go live and when reviews will start to come out.

The Division was always designed to be a seamless online experience, giving players the option to play solo or group with fellow Agents to tackle missions and infiltrate the Dark Zone as a squad. Thanks to the feedback and participation of a record-setting beta 6.4 million players in the beta, we know many of you took up arms with others and saw first-hand how The Division’s unique gameplay experiences were brought to life by a large and active player population.

Since it’s impossible for us to populate the servers in a way that would adequately replicate playing The Division on launch day, reviewers will start playing the game along with everyone else when it’s released on March 8 – after the servers go live officially at 00:01AM Australian Eastern Daylight Time (AEDT). We anticipate there may be some impressions posted online within the first few days of launch that were based on experiences with The Division Beta, and we look forward to seeing streams, videos, and opinions that provide accounts of final, in-game conditions.

Players who have purchased digital copies can begin preloading today for Xbox One; Thursday, March 3 at 6PM CET / 9AM PT for PC (Steam/Uplay); and March 6 at 00:01AM local time on PlayStation 4 – except Japan where it will be available on March 8 at 00:01AM EST.

We can’t wait for you to share these and other Division moments as you explore the streets and begin your journey to save New York City. Thank you for your continued support.
For more on The Division, check out these previous stories:
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The time has come for you to prepare for the final days before we are sent into New York City to clean it off those who have tried over to take the city. It is now that we sort out the groups, prepare for our ventures into the Dark Zone, liberate the the civilians and find out what has caused the plague!


After the Closed and Open Beta weekends I have to say I am stoked to play the game and go out together with my fellow MA Division agents to explore the wastes of New York City and see what is hidden in the Dark Zone. I hope we will see more of my fellow MA agents together with me to take on this task.


Hunting rogue Division agents in the Darkzone!​

I will see you all on the 8th of March when the call comes for us!

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Welcome to another Newsletter of Mystical Awakening!

We are looking forward to the upcoming year where some highly anticipated games are coming out. The ones of most interest are posted down below. We hope you will enjoy reading them and playing them with us.

If you know any old MA members, direct them back to the site, have them signup and get them back into gaming! Let's make it happen and let's make 2016 a good gaming year!

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Albion Online

Release date: August (can change)
Beta: Ongoing
MA Forum Section: Albion Online on the MA forums

Albion Online is a MMO that is currently in a (paid) beta testing phase. The game is a mix of Eve Online and Ultima Online. You are required to have all your gear crafted, gathering you will have to do (altough you can use laborers for extra materials when you gather). The game is a mix of PvP and PvE with PvPvE dungeons in the mix as well. Currently we have a group of people already in the game. The Beta will run till August is the current estimate right now. There will open world pvp, GvG (5v5 pvp for territory), City sieges (20v20), dungeons, crafting, guild islands, personal islands

So why should you look into this game? Here are some key points of interest
  • Player driven economy
  • Open World PvP
  • Full Loot PvP
  • your own personal island
  • A guild island
  • Claiming land for the guild
  • No P2W!

Albion PvP video​

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The Division

Release date: 08/03/2016
Beta: TBA
MA Forum Section:...