Tom Clancy's The Division Summary
If you're curious as to exactly what's going on with Ubisoft'sTom Clancy's The Division, you can sign up now for a chance to take part in the closed beta.
It's set to drop on Xbox One first this December (those thrice-cursed exclusivity deals), but then it will make it to the PC in early 2016.doesn't guarantee access – only pre-ordering the game will do that – but Ubisoft will notify you via email if you are one of the chosen few.
has unsurprisingly unveiled another Season Pass and this time it's for open-world third-person MMO Tom Clancy's The Division. So far there are three versions of the game to pre-order, which includes a Collector's Edition.
A Gold Edition includes the standard game and the Season Pass for £74.99. The planned chunks of DLC will be "major expansions" says Ubisoft, and will be covered for a full year.
We finally get to see more ofambitious MMO action-RPG Tom Clancy’s The Division, which features a near-future New York City in a post-disaster state with 'Division Agents' left to pick up the pieces.
Multiplayer is obviously the game's primary focus and Ubisoft have just released a 10 minute gameplay walkthrough that takes us into a 'Dark Zone', where trouble lurks everywhere including from other agents.
Ubisoft has revealed more gameplay of MMO action-RPG Tom Clancy's The Division and it's full of agents plotting and scheming in an area known as a 'dark zone', which is a dangerous free-for-all.
They're having a hands-on for the first time at E3, and there will be a Beta starting on PC and consoles early next year. It fully launches March 8th on all platforms.
Finishing off today's round of press conferences will bewhich begins 3.00pm PDT / 11.00pm GMT+1. There are some delicious morsels on the menu this year with the newly announced Assassin's Creed Syndicate.
In the Tom Clancy IP arena we have Rainbow Six Siege and The Division. We're being teased there's a number of surprises from Ubisoft, like another totally rad Far Cry spin-off?