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The Division: impressive results for the Beta

The Division: impressive results for the Beta
The closed beta dedicated to Tom Clancy’s: The Division ended long ago, and Ubisoft has unveiled some impressive numbers recorded during this test phase. In a few days we have been realized thanks to 14,995,669,168 298,031,224 killings bullets and grenades at 9,288,002. Players have spent a total of 621 million minutes on the beta, were played 6.8 million games and the most lethal weapon of all came the M4 assault rifle. Were closed 7,184,000,000 of car doors opened and the players have spent about 4.2 million hours only in Dark Zone. We remind you that in a few days will start the open beta for all updates on Tom Clancy’s: The Division please see our board.

The Division: The beta will be offline for three hours

The Division: The beta will be offline for three hours
Ubisoft Australia has announced through its official Twitter profile that the beta of Tom Clancy's: The Division will be offline for a few hours to allow operationsscheduled maintenance. In Italy the estimated time is from 10 am this morning until 13. #TheDivisionBeta will be under maintenance from 8pm to 11pm AEDT. The game servers will reopen at 11PM AEDT on ALL platforms- Ubisoft Australia (@ UbiAustralia) January 29 2016Vi provide further updates on the beta of Tom Clancy's: The Division as soon as possible, we invite you to stay with us for all the details about.Release Date: March 8, 2016

The Division: Ubisoft publishes an interactive map

The Division: Ubisoft publishes an interactive map
Ubisoft has released an interactive map of The Division to allow players to explore Manhattan recreated by developers for the upcoming game the March 8 on PC,PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The interactive map, you can reach us at the following address, also allows you to discover some information about places and buildings appear in the title. Finally, remember that at the following address you can find all the information and videos dedicated to The Division. ...

The Division will take place in Manhattan

The Division will take place in Manhattan
Over the past few days have emerged many news regarding Tom Clancy's: The Division, the title Ubisoft coming 8 March on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Magnus Jansen, creative director of the game, provided new details focusing in particular on the map and on the places that characterize The Division. "To The Division we will have substantially Midtown Manhattan. This becauseIt was recreated in scale 1: 1 and for the way in which the outbreak occurred. Basically, everything has been affected and there are no more resources. There is no more fuel in the car, there is no traffic, you'll be walking, "said Jansen" With the level of detail that we have, we made Manhattan a large open-world experience. "It is not excluded, however, that in the future can be added via DLC, new areas like the Bronx or Queens. The address can instead find allinformation and videos dedicated ...

The Division: new details on the protagonists

The Division: new details on the protagonists
Later in the day today were revealed new details about the characters of The Division, the title Ubisoft that will be released on March 8 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Faye Lau, 32 years old, is the analyst that will introduce the players within The Division and New York created by Ubisoft and will serve as a guide for the first few missions. Among the other characters were shown details on RayBenitez, 48 years, NYPD officer, Paul Rhodes, 45 years, Tech Entrepreneur, and Jessica Kandel, 46 years, biomedical engineer at Genevo. At the end of the article you can see the tabs of these characters from The Division, where some information was cancelled to avoid spoilers. ...

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