Tom Clancy’s The Division: ‘There is No Great Organization Without Great Individuals’

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Ubisoft published an analogy regarding Labor’s Day today via twitter, affirming that all types of remarkable organization need distinguished individuals. Just as in the real world, the virtual version of New York City in The Division will depend exclusively on great individuals and Ubisoft is counting on everyone’s greatness to create a better world in the upcoming game:

There is no great organization without great individuals. Happy Labor Day agents! 🙂

But greatness can be used in multiple ways and with different purposes. The Division will allow players to choose their path, which means they can become heroes and work towards organization or instead, they can become villains and conduct negative operations that will inevitably lead into ceaseless entropy.

Tom Clancy’s The Division doesn’t have an official release date yet but it will be available for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Tom Clancy’s The Division: Ubisoft Reveals the Potentials of Environmental Interactivity

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Ubisoft announced today that the upcoming hybrid game Tom Clancy’s The Division will feature an advanced environmental interactivity. A new in-doors screenshot has been published as well, revealing that safety is nothing but an illusory perception in this post-apocalyptic world. Even inside buildings, no one is truly safe, especially if there are any windows nearby. As part of The Division, players must face a new reality and fight for what’s left of humanity but first of all, strategy must be considered. As Ubisoft stated, traveling in numbers is a good tactic, however walking near potential dangers is not:

Strength in numbers is never a bad idea, but being close to those windows… that could be. 😉

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Indeed, walking close to windows can be the very end of any group, no matter how skilled and experienced it might be. Enemy snipers and other soldiers might notice the presence of strange forces nearby and that’s when windows become the ultimate weapon of success. Vulnerability is something players can not afford in this world torn apart by chaos. Therefore, players must avoid all types of structural weaknesses or take advantage of them, in an offensive scenario.

Tom Clancy’s The Division doesn’t have an official release date yet but it will be available for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Tom Clancy’s The Division: New Action Screenshot Exposes Stunning Enviroment

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Tom Clancy’s The Division is currently under development but that doesn’t stop Ubisoft from releasing fresh updates, including in-game images. A new action screenshot has been published and it exposes a stunning environment. This imagery piece clarifies any doubts regarding The Division’s graphics and effect quality. Additionally, the whole context reveals a decaying society –  the refugee camp, the agents shooting enemy forces and the deserted bridge – indicate the profound situation led by the Black Friday incident. Now, to save what’s left of humanity, players must unite forces to restore order and annihilate chaos, as Ubisoft stated:

This imagery piece clarifies any doubts regarding The Division’s graphics and effect quality. Additionally, the whole context reveals a decaying society –  the refugee camp, the agents shooting enemy forces and the deserted bridge – indicate the profound situation led by the Black Friday incident.

Fighting to prevent the fall of society, the agents will find themselves caught up in an epic conspiracy!

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Team working and cooperation will be crucial in the days to come. In a world falling apart, players must rely on each other to survive. Danger is everywhere and with a very limited amount of resources, war becomes inevitable. This screenshot, where two division agents fight side by side, exemplifies this very same concept.

Tom Clancy’s The Division doesn’t have an official release date yet but it will be available for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Tom Clancy’s The Division: ‘Snowdrop Engine Gives Total Freedom’

Tom Clancy’s The Division is currently under development and Ubisoft has been unveiling multiple details about the programing engine, Snowdrop. According to Ubisoft, this engine has been “built from the ground up to create truly next-gen AAA games.” Very little is known about this upcoming third-person tactical shooter game, however it’s known that it will have a hybrid system made of role-playing and action features. Next-gen offers unparalleled possibilities and freedom seems to be the main key towards creativity, as Ubisoft stated today:

@TheDivisionGame: The Snowdrop engine gives content creators a total freedom to experiment, prototype and unleash their creativity.

Tom Clancy's The DivisionFurthermore, Rodrigo Cortes, Brand Art Director at Massive Entertainment, has stated that Snowdrop is designed to “do things better, not bigger.” To achieve a higher level of game development, in a period of great competitive edge between new AAA games, Ubisoft decided to rely on freedom rather than brute force, as Cortes explained:

Triple-A game development projects are growing in scope exponentially, so we wanted to be smart and not rely on brute force. We needed an engine that would support how we work in the studio, promote creativity, and allow the freedom to experiment and prototype.