The Division Articles
The next update to The Division will be headed to all platforms on Tuesday, March 22nd and will include a number of loot drop improvements, most notably from named NPCs in hard mode who, by the way, will no longer be loot pinatas in the open world for those who have been farming them.
TheHiveLeader finally takes on New York with the launch of The Division, Ubisoft's new open world pseudo-MMO shooter. The Division developed by Ubisoft Massive and published by Ubisoft takes place after a pandemic hits New York City in which one by one everything begins to fall. Society is collapsing and it's up to The Division, known as a unit of self-supported tactical agents to try and cure the virus.
Without providing any details, the first State of the Game letter about The Division teases a new update that will be coming next week. The community team has plans to release more information about the patch in the coming days.
Ubisoft Canada has published a new video on its YouTube channel called "The Division: Fall of Canada" that is an effort by the game's community via a collaborative art platform. It's a fantastic project and video that is well worth the time to watch. It begs to wonder if this is how stories for further expansion DLC for the game will be created -- it's nice to consider!
Rob pulls himself away from tagging sticky bombs to murderers long enough to write about what he has been up to over the past week in Tom Clancy’s the Division. Hint: It goes boom.
The Division has consumed the last week of my life... I've mainly been focusing on leveling rather then Dark Zone PvP in order to maximize all talents, perks and abilities in preparation for the end-game. So maxing out the Base of Operations is priority #1. Overall the game has been very fun, and PvE wise, the storyline is actually pretty engaging and visually as well. The missions will take you from underground hideouts to the top of buildings, and around the city. For a PVP player, I've be
I’ve been a bit apprehensive of The Division given all the delays, rumors, and Ubisoft’s not so hot track record. However, after having put some time into the open beta, I decided to roll the dice and take a chance.
Bungie is reporting that The Division broke single-franchise sales records, including those scored by Destiny not all that long ago. The Division racked up $330M in its first week and is also Ubi's fastest selling game ever.
Sumthing.com has announced that it has released the game soundtrack from Tom Clancy's The Division. Fans can get hold of a digital version via Sumthing's site or purchase a physical CD of the music on March 22nd.
The Ubisoft forums have a short note about yesterday's update to The Division. Of particular note is the fix to the laptop queue that many players encountered since launch.
Nvidia has published a guide to help its video card users improve both graphics and performance when playing Tom Clancy's The Division. This includes tweaks players can make that are exclusive to The Division and Nvidia in areas such as object detail, particle detail and many more.
Later this week, Rob Lashley will begin his review in progress for The Division, Ubisoftâ€™s brand new quasi-MMO shooter set in a near future dystopian New York City. Weâ€™ve covered the game a lot during previous betas, and today marks the official launch of Ubiâ€™s first real attempt at a massive online offering. Weâ€™ve got a few thoughts on our first few hours...
One of the things a lot of players have been concerned about with today's launch of Tom Clancy's The Division is the inability to find the DLC items that either were earned or came with a purchased version of the game. In a new video from TwoSixNine, the location of these items and the "how to" get them is revealed. So, consider it MYSTERY SOLVED!