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Tom Clancy’s The Division Delayed to 2015

Posted on May 15, 2014 at 2:54 pm by Justin Cavender

The Division Delayed

Today Ubisoft announced Tom Clancy’s The Division is officially delayed to 2015. Originally, the studio announced during last year’s E3 that the game would arrive on PS4, Xbox One, and PC by the end of 2014. Sadly, we’ll have to wait just a little bit longer before we can explore this open-world shooter powered by the Snowdrop engine.

Back in January an anonymous source told GameReactor “The game engine works well, it’s not done but works well. The actual game development has barely started, however.” The source went on to say “The fact that Ubisoft has gone public with a 2014 release date feels laughable to be perfectly honest, we will never be able to release The Division this year. It’s a large project, and we have very far to go.”

The following statement comes directly from the game’s official blog:

Agents,

Today we announced that Tom Clancy’s The Division will be available in 2015 for Xbox One, PS4 and PC.

Working on The Division is a once in a lifetime opportunity for all of us at Massive, Reflections, and Red Storm Entertainment. We are creating something we are really proud of and we don’t want to compromise on quality. We are going to release the game when it’s ready.

We want to thank you again for the exceptional ongoing support. Community is at the heart of what we are doing and we’re very much designing the game with you in mind, so your involvement means a lot to us.

The production is getting stronger every day and we can’t wait to show you what we’ve been up to at this year’s E3. :)

Massive love,

The Dev Team

@aemond – Senior Community Developer

We’re sad to hear The Division won’t be wrapped and topped with a bow under our Christmas tree this year, but we trust Ubisoft to make the most of their time. We look forward to getting a closer look at The Division during this year’s E3 in June.

Source: Ubisoft

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