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The Division Ubisoft pushes through to 2015
Ubisoft now confirms the rumors that surfaced several months ago: it allows Tom Clancy’s The Division from 2015 to the three studios that the open world shooter work need more time.. Ubisoft will “not compromise on quality.”
Much more Ubisoft let loose in the announcement on the website of the game. The three studios working on the game, Ubisoft Massive, Ubisoft Reflections and Ubisoft Red Storm, given more time to reach the publisher has in mind the quality. The publisher does not reveals that the game will be at E3 this year, in early June. Shown The announcement of the delay is a direct response to rumors that circulated earlier this week were . It claimed an employee of the Swedish Ubisoft Massive the Snowdrop Engine that the game is made is almost finished, but there is only a small part of the game world created by the work on the engine.
The French publisher announced the project at E3 2013, where it was enthusiastically received. The Division is an open world shooter set in New York. The city is in bad shape after a large-scale outbreak of a deadly virus has the city in its grip. Basic services such as gas, electricity and water are turned off, and the president has “Directive 51” is activated, the signal for seemingly ordinary citizens to gather in The Division, consisting of small teams who are trying to restore order. As part of The Division, the player must fight hostile clans who will do anything to survive. The game appears for Windows, Xbox and PlayStation 4 One.
The confirmation of the postponement of The Division follows the announcement of Far Cry 4, which, according to Ubisoft does this fall should appear.Viewing:-129
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