Tom Clancy's The Division Release Date, Trailer, Gameplay And Latest Updates

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We have the latest for you on the release date, trailer, gameplay and latest updates of Tom Clancy's The Division.

We have the latest for you on the release date, trailer, gameplay and latest updates of Tom Clancy's The Division. In a recent event held for Tom Clancy's The Division video game, At EB Games Expo 2014 a live demo was revealed to the audience which caused a lot of rumbling. One such rumble that was overheard was that the new Tom Clancy's The Division according to the demo, "Does it so much better than Destiny", "Bungie is in a lot of trouble".

 

Following the release of Tom Clancy's The Division Demo one would expect a mention of the official release date but this is not the case, all that has been chattered of the internet is a possible 2015 release window according to Capsule Computers Report and also some rumors on Gamespot news. And why such a delay? Since the Game will be a collaboration between MMO and RPG, we were graced to see a demonstration of what the two can come up with once fully integrated and well executed.

 

For fans who have seen the most recent slice of the game that Ubisoft shared online, the events of the trailer takes place outside a big museum in Midtown Manhattan, which later becomes the base of operations for the group of agents after they had cleared out most of the hostiles in the area. The released demo takes off from this point, but now night time has already kicked in and the crew starts off in the now familiarized underground subway. In the Demo the Echo mechanic is shown to us again though sources now reveal that in the finished full version of the game, it will not feature such cut scenes of any kind. The Echo reconstructions represent a story beat and certain memory integrals to the overall pilot.

 

The game also features an awesome 3D map that will guide the crew through the subways until they find their way on the surface of Manhattan streets. Madison Square Garden in the game appears dark, a lot of foreboding builds up in the players mind and the inspiring image is a sight to look forward to in the game, further reported Capsule Computer news.

 

Game director, Ryan Barnard further confirmed all what the game is bringing to the table as explained in all above, and looking at the Snowdrop Engine the game has, it builds amazing atmospheric effects and overall visual effects. This is proof that Ubisoft have worked a lot to achieve a successful enterprise, according to Gamespot news.

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