Having improved upon its predecessor in multiple ways, including in terms of post-release content updates, The Division 2 has been a resounding success for Ubisoft. Moreover, its success may continue to grow if some Amazon Prime Day deals for The Division 2 succeed in persuading hesitant gamers to struggle for survival in the streets of Washington, D.C. In fact, multiple editions of The Division 2 have had their prices slashed for Amazon Prime Day. This includes the digital code for the Gold Edition of The Division 2 on Xbox One, which is down from $99.99 to $59.99. There is also an available Gold Steelbook Edition that has been discounted from $109.99 to $80.22 on PlayStation 4 and to $79.97 on Xbox One for Prime members. Additionally, the standard edition of the game has also seen a sizable price cut. Previously priced at $59.99, the digital code for the Xbox One standard is now $40.19, while the physical version of the standard edition is now $19.99 on both Xbox One and PlayStation … [Read more...] about The Division 2 Price Slashed for Amazon Prime Day
The Division series director Julian Gerighty has fans speculating after asking them for their thoughts on a single-player game in the series. One idea for a single-player Division game was described as a mix of The Division lore with the atmosphere and narrative style of The Last of Us, the hugely popular PlayStation exclusive game from Naughty Dog. On Twitter, Tim Spencer, level director at LEGO Star Wars developer TT Games, said that he would “love” to see a “single-player narrative-driven spin-off” of The Division. Spencer’s idea for the game’s story would star a Division agent as they try to “get home to their family after being sent to NYC, during the SHD blackout from the fall of DC.” The game could “explore what a Division agent sacrifices” and the character could also be “haunted by nightmares of what could have happened to their family, because they answered the call of the SHD, so weren’t there to protect … [Read more...] about The Division 2 Director Polls Fans on Single-Player Spin Off
A tweet from one of TT Games’ developers suggested the idea of a spin-off game. One set in The Division but with a single-player story. If there’s anything we’ve learned from the recent sales and awards, it’s that single-player games still sell. Not only do they sell, they sell amazingly. That’s why this move is very profitable for Ubisoft should they execute it well. Now normally, a suggestion doesn’t become news. But when the creative director of the Division itself notices the idea, it becomes a possibility. Here’s that possibility: Would people be behind the idea of The Division single-player game though? That part was also given some reasoning and clarification from TT Games. Mainly it was made in comparison to the Last of Us. The game shares a similar theme with the Division in terms of a post apocalyptic setting. It’s not exactly the same, since they are two different representations of a similar situation. What the two have in … [Read more...] about Could We Be Seeing A Single-Player The Division Spin-Off?
During its E3 2019 press conference, Ubisoft showed off a cinematic teaser trailer for Season 3 of The Division 2, the final DLC content for the game’s first year. And while the game has been set in Washington, D.C. since its launch, it looks like this final season of the game’s first year will take players back to New York City, the location of the first game in the series. The first clue for those watching that this Division 2 content is not located in Washington, D.C. is the fact that the trailer takes place on a beach and the United States’ capital does not have any beaches within it. But then, the reveal comes at the end of the trailer that it is taking place on Coney Island, and then once again the camera zooms out again to reveal the Statue of Liberty and Manhattan. Details are light about Episode 3 right now, but Ubisoft also revealed more about the other Year 1 episodic content during its press conference. Episodes 1 and 2 will obviously be out before Episode … [Read more...] about Division 2’s New Content Goes Back to New York City
As part of its press event at E3 2019, Ubisoft updated audiences on its upcoming movie The Division. Ubisoft Motion Pictures is now working with Netflix to make the video game adaption, meaning the movie will be available on the popular streaming service when it releases. Ubisoft released these details amid a variety of The Division announcements during its press conference, where it was also revealed that Jessica Chastain will star in the film alongside Jake Gyllenhaal, who was promoted early on as being a part of the project since the film was announced years back. While audiences now know where they can plan to watch the film, when that will be is still not confirmed. No release date was mentioned, but there was a promise on-stage of more information soon.Tom Clancy’s The Division is available now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. … [Read more...] about The Division Movie Will Be On Netflix