Tagged: Tom Clancy The Division
Yes folks you heard that one right from the next patch it seems that what some division players are screaming out for is finally going to happen in the next update. Higher quality loot drops. This was confirmed during a live stream today that the team is looking to add more high-end quality drops and also increase the quantity. It could be what the game is screaming out for to make the game seem a little bit more fair than it is at the moment and make the players who don’t want to resort to glitches to get their hands … Read More »
Whilst the game has not even come out yet Ubisoft have released a slew of early details on The Division’s post-release content. This includes information on the three expansions that are included with the titles Season Pass. The paid expansions will contain new content, gear, and gameplay specifically designed to keep players engaged after they have completed the main portion of The Division. We don’t know much about the specifics of the DLC packs other than their names and a few of the wider details. The first expansion has been dubbed “Underground” and lets a squad of four explore a … Read More »
It has been announced by the current Creative Director of Ubisoft’s The Division that the Demographic Matchmaking System that was proposed in 2013 has been scaled back to a more traditional matchmaking model In 2013 the old Creative Director of The Division, Nicklas Cederstrom made a large and revolutionary promise regarding their matchmaking system in an interview with Rev3Games. They were going to allow matchmaking to take into account the lives of each player, and then put you in a multiplayer game with like minded people. “What we’ve done is we’re making sure we’ve matched up players with the right skill set for … Read More »
Tom Clancy’s The Division is set to release on March 8th, 2016 following a beta later this year. But, if you can’t wait until then, Ubisoft have released a new trailer known as ‘Agent Journey’ to keep your hype train filled with coal. The trailer depicts your Journey through the events of The Division, battles you might face, leveling and the weapon crafting system. It’s tense, filled with action and gives a great look at what we can expect from the game when it finally releases.