It’s hard to believe that Tom Clancy’s The Division is only a few months away from being released (at least at the moment). Though anyone who was overwhelmed by how incredible it looked when we first saw it is now very much skeptical of it being anywhere near that good due to games like Watch Dogs, hopes are still high for some that it will be a fun game overall. But that’s a discussion for another day.
For now, Ubisoft has released a brand new trailer for the game. It’s a live-action trailer dubbed “Silent Night” with a nice Christmas theme to go with the season…though don’t expect much merriment to come from watching it. You can check out the trailer below.
We live in a complex world. The more advanced it gets, the more vulnerable it becomes. We’ve created a house of cards: remove just one, and everything falls apart.
Black Friday – a devastating pandemic sweeps through New York City, and one by one, basic services fail. In only days, without food or water, society collapses into chaos. The Division, an autonomous unit of tactical agents, is activated. Leading seemingly ordinary lives among us, these agents are trained to operate independently in order to save society.
When society falls, we rise.
TAKE BACK NEW YORK
Welcome to a next-gen experience in a persistent and dynamic open world environment that is built from the ground up for co-op and where exploration and player progression are essential. Teaming up with other Division agents, your mission is to restore order, investigate the source of the virus, and take back New York.
A LIVING, BREATHING WORLD
Enter a universe where time of day and weather conditions impacts your gaming experience. Use the environment for strategic advantage to dominate fights and ambush your enemies. Utilize your gas mask to provide protection from the virus, and upgrade it to enter the most highly contaminated areas.
New York City is being overrun by hostile groups trying to take advantage of the crisis. Beware of the thugs who roam in packs through the city, preying on the weak. Fight against the Cleaners, who wear hazmat suits and wield flamethrowers, set on cleaning New York from the virus by burning everything and everyone. Engage with the Rikers, a gang of convicts that escaped Rikers Island when the chaos hit, and who are ravaging the city and vying for its control.
GEAR UP AND CUSTOMIZE YOUR AGENT
Harness state-of-the-art technology, both networked and prototype, as a member of The Division. Customize your character and your backpack, your lifeline in mid-crisis New York. Communicate with other agents at all times with your smartwatch. Loot fallen enemies and customize and level up your weapons, gear, and skills.
Choose and upgrade your skills, and synergize with your teammates to increase your chances of winning in combat. Switch your skills such as the seeker mine that finds your enemy and explodes; the turret that triggers high-octane and efficient diversion; or the pulse that gives you a tactical read on your environment. Use the ECHO tech, a data collection tool that renders moments frozen in time, to learn valuable information about your immediate environment and find hidden loot, and help uncover the truth behind the pandemic.
SEAMLESS MULTIPLAYER: THE DARK ZONE
Enter the Dark Zone, a walled-off quarantine zone in the middle of Manhattan where the most valuable loot was left behind when the military evacuated. It’s also the most dangerous area in the game, where fear, betrayal, and tension are high. Team up with other players to take down your enemies and extract legendary loot via helicopter. It’s your choice to collaborate with other agents, or attack them and steal their loot.
Powered by the fully next-gen Snowdrop engine, Tom Clancy’s The Divisionâ„¢ sets a new bar in video game realism and open world rendering. Experience a chaotic and devastated New York like you’ve never seen before.
The Division will be released on March 8, 2016 and can be pre-ordered for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
You can see more from the game including gameplay demos right here.
No Comments »
No comments yet.
RSS feed for comments on this post. TrackBack URL
Leave a comment