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The PlayStation 4 was the best-selling console in the US, claiming top spot partially thanks to The Division. But Microsoft is looking to the future and touting the success of Quantum Break.
Ubisoft decides to implement a two strike system for PC players of The Division who are cheating, ultimately ending with a permanent ban from the online first person shooter.
Ubisoft Massive talks about Tom Clancy's The Division's first major update, called "Incursions", and how it will improve many aspects of the game as well as add much harder end-game content.
With over $330 million in worldwide sales during its first five days of availability, Ubisoft says that 'Tom Clancy's The Division' had "the biggest first week ever for a new game franchise".
It only took forty hours of playtime, a couple of very late nights, and a lot of victories and defeats to determine what The Division is - an incredible online shooter with a keen attention to detail.
If you can't wait to play the first two paid Tom Clancy's The Division expansions on PC or PS4, you'll have to be patient as they will be timed exclusives for the Xbox One - but not for long.
Just days before its open beta begins, an image appears to reveal an upcoming promotion between Ubisoft and NVIDIA to offer free copies of The Division with select high-end GeForce cards.
'The Division' open beta will begin next week, and once again, Xbox One gamers will have 24 hours of exclusive access. All players will get to try a new mission, and will also get an in-game reward.
Ubisoft has announced that it's extending its closed beta of 'Tom Clancy's The Division' by a full day, having granted access to a further wave of gamers from the beta waiting list over the weekend.
Tom Clancy's The Division, an limited open-world shooter, enters its official beta play stage today. One report shows that the beta is running at full HD on the Xbox One.
Microsoft has announced a new Xbox One bundle that will include a full download of Tom Clancy's upcoming title, The Division. Those that pre-order will have access to the beta starting January 28th.
The beta was due to begin last month, but Ubisoft has now announced new dates for its launch, which will include a 'one day exclusive' period for the Xbox One, before PS4 and PC gamers can join in.
Ubisoft's open world shooter was set for a December beta testing phase that is exclusive to the Xbox One, but new info from Ubisoft points to more setbacks.
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