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Ubisoft presents The Division from next year
Ubisoft Tom Clancy’s The Division sets off until the first quarter of 2016. That the company said in a presentation of the annual financial results. The company posted a profit of 170 million euros in the past year and early next year will bring an unannounced “AAA title” off.
The Division was first shown at E3 2013. At the time, a release date was promised in 2014. Ubisoft put the game in May last year to 2015, because more time was needed for the development. In a presentation to investors who held Ubisoft Tuesday that The Division for release in the fourth quarter of Ubisoft’s fiscal year 2016. This means that the game should be released in the first three months of calendar year 2016. The game is for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.
In a post on the game’s website says the development team that she wants to ensure that the game meets expectations. “We are proud of what we have achieved so far, and can not wait to reveal more at E3 next month,” write the developers.
The Division is an open-world shooter set in a New York City plagued by the outbreak of a deadly virus. Gas, water and electricity are turned off, and violent gangs have taken over the city. The player is an agent in ‘The Division’, a special unit was triggered by the government when the pandemic broke out. The object of the game is to restore order in the city somewhat, and also to fight the virus if possible.
Ubisoft switched in recent years more and more game studios in order to complete the project. The Division is being developed by Massive Entertainment, the Snowdrop engine designed behind the game. In 2014 there were Ubisoft Reflections, known from the Driver series, and Ghost Recon developer Red Storm added. A few days ago Ubisoft announced that Ubisoft Annecy, that developed the multiplayer of Assassin’s Creed different games, to The Division will cooperate.
In the presentation of annual results further state that Ubisoft this year made a profit of 170 million, where in the year 2014 with a loss of 49 million euros. Turnover increased from 1 billion euros to 1.46 billion euros. The presentation also shows that the company in the first quarter of calendar year 2016 with an unannounced ‘AAA title’ will unpack. Allows Ubisoft at the upcoming E3 known about that game.Viewing:-195
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