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  1. Ubisoft's has confirmed that its upcoming post-apocalyptic survival game, Tom Clancy's The Division, is set to release in Q1 2016.

    The news comes via the publishers latest financial report, which also slates an unannounced blockbuster game for the same window.

    "The upcoming releases of the latest opuses of the Assassin's Creed and Just Dance franchises as well as Tom Clancy's The Division, Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege and another triple-A title that has not yet been announced. Overall revenue from newly-released games is expected to be lower than in 2014-15."

    Will the triple-A title turn out to be Watch Dogs 2?

  2. Shame, was hoping it would be released this year.
  3. I think we're looking at massively ambitious and oversold features not being deliverable - sounds a lot like Watchdogs release troubles. I don't mind waiting though, it still looks like a very interesting game and gameworld.
  4. Happy to wait if it improves the game :)
  5. At Microsoft's E3 2015 press conference, Ubisoft's Lauren Detoc announced that the Xbox One will receive an exclusive beta of Tom Clancy's The Division.

  6. Ubisoft dated The Division for March 8 on PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One. The game also will stage betas on all of those platforms early next year.
  7. The Division is getting a Beta early next year with Xbox One users getting early access in December.

    In this respect, Ubisoft has opened a new website, revealing that access is guaranteed to those who pre-order the game or you can register your interest here.

    I've spotted the game’s official Twitter account giving away a few codes, so it may be worth keeping an eye out.
  8. The Division has a new 'Dark Zone' Story trailer and you can watch it below.

    You'll be able to play in March next year, although you can always try out the beta if you decide to pre-order.

    Check out the video below.

  9. Here's a breakdown of how the inventory, weapons and gear system works for the upcoming Tom Clancy’s The Division.

    Loot hunters can delight in the five categories ranging from common to legendary, and the weapons mod system that allows for even more customisation. Watch the video for a rundown of what we know so far.

  10. The Division might just be one of the most popular games of 2016. Here's when it's releasing and what to expect.


    Tom Clancy’s The Division – release date, trailers, gameplay: everything you need to know

    Set in a disaster-stricken New York, the latest in Ubi’s high-tech shooter franchise follows a similar format to Destiny, with teams of players grouping to save the world (obviously) and level gear, avatars and skills. While the mechanics between the two are similar, however, The Division sticks to a contemporary setting and a third-person perspective.

    You are a member of The Division (Strategic Homeland Division, to give it its full name), a group of elite government agents designed to operate independently of all support in the case of social collapse. Disaster strikes America during the Black Friday sales, when a pandemic brings normality to its knees and New York descends into a state of anarchy. Your job is to thwart a global conspiracy and restore order.

    Tom Clancy’s The Division’s release date – when is The Division coming out?

    The Division will release on March 8, 2016, for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. A cross-platform beta is planned for “early 2016,” although Ubisoft hasn’t been clearer on a date as yet.

    There are three ways to get a beta key. You can pre-order; register on the official site and hope you’re in luck; or follow The Division on Facebook and Twitter, where code giveaways are promised.

    If you want some of The Division’s best gear, you’re going to have to go into PvP areas called Dark Zones. Here’s some gameplay.

    Tom Clancy’s The Division gameplay

    Play takes place on a map of New York, with most of the space being taken up with open-world, PvE exploration and objectives. Scattered over the map are Dark Zones, contaminated areas ranked from 1-4 (with four being the dirtiest), which contain the risk of PvP combat and the potential reward of loot chests. Level-specific gas masks are needed to enter these zones, so it seems the idea is to level your gear and stats in the open-world then aim for the stiffer Dark Zone challenges for the best gear when you’re appropriately powered.

    Play takes place in the third-person, with a heavy focus on cover, communication and tactics. The Division is unlikely to reward “Rambos,” so you’re going to have to think before you shoot. This leaning towards strategy is in line with the rest of the Tom Clancy franchise. Grenades will come in many flavours, and you’re going to be constantly using strategic technology such as enemy markers, chaff and smoke. The Division will be a good game for tight teams who like to chat.
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