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Submitted by chaos_mechanica 384d ago | preview

DualShockers Preview: Tom Clancy’s The Division, On Bringing Hope to the Shared-World Shooter

Masoud House of DualShockers.com writes:

"If there’s one game during E3 2013 that both pleasantly surprised and greatly impressed me, it was my time watching the hands-off presentation of Ubisoft Massive’s Tom Clancy’s The Division. What I enjoyed most wasn’t just the gorgeous next-gen graphics of the Snowdrop engine, or the idea of a tactical team-based shooter in a grounded, realistic, and devastated New York setting; no, it was the concept of the game: bringing hope to an entire world teetering on the edge of chaos." (E3, PS4, Tom Clancy’s The Division, Xbox One)

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SeanScythe  +   384d ago
I hope the level of exploration is detailed, I want to be able to access most buildings and scavenge for resources like in Dayz/TLoU. Bring that sense of survival we saw in the beginning of the last season of the walking dead.

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