This makes it sound more like New York Collapse, which while it technically worked as a strategy guide for The Division, was more like an in-universe object.
I've never bought game strategy guides, and I'm disappointed there wasn't an equivalent of the WD1 Titan art book for WD2.
Huh? There's plenty of story and exposition about the world. Echos, mission dialogue, cut-scenes in the camps/bases, little world building all around the map. Plus, there's a couple of companion books and in-world fiction (I haven't read to be fair) that got pretty good reviews https://www.amazon.com/Tom-Clancys-Division-York-Collapse/dp/1452148279
Tom Clancy's The Division: New York Collapse: A Survival Guide to Urban Disaster https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1452148279/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_qwW6CbR6Y900Z
Cheap on amazon too... 11gbp
Here's one option: Tom Clancy's The Division: New York Collapse
Tom Clancy didn't wrote any book about the Division. He passed away (2013) three years before the publishing of the Division 1 (2016). Although he had some really great books, and if you like this kind of political thrillers, I suggest you start at the beginning: Without Remorse, and advance from there. Around the 15th book you get to The Campus (in The Teeth of the Tiger book; an off-the-books intelligence agency created by former United States president), what was the closest outfit to The Division.
The Division: New York Collapse is the first book:
$30 on Amazon as well, I'm Canadian. Chapters is our large Brick and Mortar store like Barnes and Noble is for the US.
It's no Oscar winning script, but it wasn't terrible. I liked finding pieces of info from echos more than the main story, like how listing to journals in act 1 for D3 were better. Part of the reason why I picked up the New York Collapse book to get more of a backstory on how civilians dealt with the disaster.
There are also two books you can order:
The Art of The Division
New York Collapse
or just general Division gear: