Tom Clancy’s The Division Gameplay Footage to Be Revealed In E3 amidst Reports Indicating A Thin Plot!

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Tom Clancy’s The Division is an upcoming open-world third-person shooter survival RPG. Developed by Ubisoft, a French multinational video game developer, it is now being expected to release far earlier than its release date. Earlier, it was expected to be sometime in 2016. However, according to VC Post, this post-apocalyptic title will be released on the next generation platforms like Xbox One, PS4 and Microsoft Windows.

According to this website, Tom Clancy’s The Division could be seen as early as October this year. Recently, the Game Developers Conference was held in San Francisco, earlier this month. During this event, Ubisoft’s CEO Yves Guillemot stated that the game could be officially launched at any time between the present to 31st March, 2016. The executive has stated a very long timeframe indeed. A minute-long gameplay video of Tom Clancy’s The Division was teased during the E3 2013 event. As a result, gamers expected this title to have released by now.

In the beginning, The Division was only scheduled to be released for the next generation consoles. However, in the end, Ubisoft stated that if it receives a positive response from the PC Gaming community, they will bring it to the Microsoft Windows platform as well. Later, Ubisoft finally confirmed that The Division will release on the PC platform, thanks to a very ‘vocal and passionate PC community’.

Tom Clancy's The Division

Reports indicate that Ubisoft will be showcasing a glitch-free, gameplay video of this title, during E3 2015. Earlier, gamers experienced a lot of glitches and issues with titles like Assassins Creed: Unity and Far Cry 4. Hence, the developers will have to forgive gamers if they aren’t totally convinced with their claims. Gamers are not sure how optimized The Division will be, before its official launch. It is being expected that the upcoming gameplay footage will provide the essential elements needed to convince world gamers.

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