The Division Articles
Later this week, Rob Lashley will begin his review in progress for The Division, Ubisoft’s brand new quasi-MMO shooter set in a near future dystopian New York City. We’ve covered the game a lot during previous betas, and today marks the official launch of Ubi’s first real attempt at a massive online offering. We’ve got a few thoughts on our first few hours, so read on.
Tom Clancy's The Division is set to be released on Tuesday, March 8th complete with a Day 1 patch that addresses some of the issues that were encountered during the recent open beta test as well as includes some improvements and updates.
Ubisoft has released a new trailer to give The Division players some of the details about post-launch DLC and expansions. Players can expect Incursions in April and Conflict in May, both free to all. Three paid expansions will be released beginning in June with Underground, Survival later in the summer and Last Stand in Winter 2016.
As the appointed hour for the release of Tom Clancy's The Division nears, Ubisoft is getting players ready to hit the ground running. Pre-downloading the digital versions of the game for XBox One users has started, with PC users able to grab their client beginning on Thursday, March 3rd and PlayStation 4 users on March 6th. The Division is ready to launch on March 8th.
Ubisoft is prepping fans for next week's launch of Tom Clancy's The Division with the release of a new game play and lore-based trailer. The Division launches on March 8th for PC, XBox One and PlayStation 4. Will you be taking part?
Watch the official gameplay launch trailer for Tom Clancy's The Division available on Xbox One PS4 and PC on March 8th 2016. On March 8th, Tom Clancy's The Division will simultaneously launch on PC with dedicated visual and technical optimizations that make New York City more immersive than ever. See some of the gameplay benefits of the PC version in this 60 FPS trailer, captured in 60 Frames Per Second on PC. For the best viewing experience, please make sure to watch on the most recent ge
A new website for the tie-in book to Tom Clancy's The Division has been revealed. Called "New York Collapse", the book is described as part "discarded survivalist guide, written before the collapse" and a book that contains a mystery that sends readers on an interactive journey through one woman's mission to discover why the city fell and the conspiracy behind it.
Ubisoft has released a browser-based simulator to show what would happen to your city should cataclysmic events such as those in The Division came to pass. Simply input an address and watch the carnage unfold based on decisions you make along the way. It's a great way to fill time until March 8th when The Division launches.
On March 8th, Tom Clancy's The Division will simultaneously launch on PC with dedicated visual and technical optimizations that make New York City more immersive than ever. See some of the gameplay benefits of the PC version in this 60 FPS trailer, captured in 60 Frames Per Second on PC. For the best viewing experience, please make sure to watch on the most recent generation devices. Also available on Xbox One and PS4 on March 8th. View PC Specs on the Ubiblog: http://blog.ubi.com/the-divis
The Division was a big hit with players over the past weekend as 6.4M+ players took part in the open beta. According to the official site, it is the "biggest open beta event ever for a new game on current gen consoles".
Open beta players of Ubisoft's The Division are reporting that it seems that weapon data is being stored client-side rather than server-side. YouTube videos and Reddit posts have revealed the hacking issues.
Ubisoft is ramping up the excitement for this weekend's open beta for Tom Clancy's The Division. To set the stage for open beta, a new trailer has been released that gives a visual tour of the game space. Check it out and leave us your thoughts in the comments.
The Division takes place in mid-crisis New York, an open world with destructive environments that are free for players to explore. The player's mission is to restore order by investigating the source of a virus. Players have to team up with other Division agents as they progress. The game's core mechanics are similar to other third-person-shooters, in which player character can carry three weapons, and explosives like sticky bombs and smart mines to fight against enemies. Players may take cover
Ubisoft has announced that it will be hosting a special open beta weekend that will run from Thursday, February 18th through Sunday, February 21st. XBox One users will have exclusive access on February 18th, with PlayStation 4 and PC users joining up on February 19th. Participants will enjoy a new mission that was not part of the closed beta and players will earn an exclusive reward when the game launches in March.