The Division Articles
The Division is now officially confirmed for a 2015 release rather than the hoped-for 2014 release. According to a letter posted on the game's site, the team did not want to "compromise quality" and opted for 2015.
Tom Clancy's original development studio, Red Storm, has been announced as a development partner in The Division. Red Storm is the original development house for the original Rainbow Six and Ghost Recon games and will be assisting Massive by, among other things, creating the artwork for the the game's arsenal.
Tom Clancy's The Division is being developed by a pair of Ubisoft subsidiary studios that have teamed up. Both Ubisoft Massive and Ubisoft Reflections are working on the game, each studio with its own set of directives. For instance, Reflections is working on game systems including main NPCs, the city of Manhattan, and portions of the online feature system.
Why The Division is the First True Next Gen Game - Tom Clancy's The Division: Coming to Xbox One, PS4 and PC in late 2014, The Division is a true 'next gen' next gen game, unhampered by an Xbox 360 or PS3 version and poised to dazzle with its purpose-built next gen Snowdrop Engine, and we can't wait for it. --- Outside Xbox brings you daily Xbox 360 and Xbox One videos. Join us for gameplay, previews, tips, guides, interviews and more.
During Gamescom 2013, Tom Clancy's The Division announced a revolutionary companion feature that will allow mobile players to join their online pals as a drone to keep the party whole. "Introducing the simultaneous, asymmetric, revolutionary companion application of Tom Clancy's The Division. Join your team of friends in the game as a drone, from a smartphone or tablet, anytime and anywhere."
In an investor call with Ubisoft, it was revealed that the highly anticipated shooter MMO "The Division" is on track for a late 2014 release date. Read more beyond the break.