Despite being pushed back to 2015 recently, one of the highlights of last year’s E3, Tom Clancy’s The Division, was shown off again at E3 2014.
Once again, the game looks fantastic. We can only hope that, with the extra development time Massive Entertainment has, the final product will live up to everyone who’s excited for the game’s hopes and dreams.
You can watch the new gameplay demo for The Division below.
In news that can be filed away in the depressing but not even a little bit surprising file, it’s been announced that Tom Clancy’s The Division has been delayed until sometime in 2015 by Ubisoft.
Not only was the game one of the highlights of the E3 2013 convention, it may have been the best looking and most promising of all the games shown. Because of this, it seemed very unlikely that the open-world third-person shooter MMORPG would be completed by its expected 2014 release window. The game simply looked too too realistic—even for next-gen consoles—and thus, too good to be true.
One of the best looking games we saw shown off at E3 2013—if not the single best looking game—was Tom Clancy’s The Division, an open-world online multiplayer RPG.
Not much has been heard about the game since then, and we still don’t know for sure whether it will be released later this year or in 2015. So we have to take what we can get when we can get it. A new video has been released by publisher Ubisoft showing off the very impressive looking Snowdrop engine being used by developer Massive Entertainment to make The Division, as well as some new peeks at the game itself.
A very intriguing brand new game was shown off at E3 2013 titled The Division.
The game comes from developer Massive Entertainment and publisher Ubisoft, and brings together two very different gaming worlds: the open-world RPG and online multiplayer. The result is a massive city to explore as you like, while completing tasks with your friends.
Click on over to the other side now to read a more detailed description, and to watch a trailer and demo off the shockingly realistic game in action.