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Submitted by -Mezzo- 892d ago | interview

The Division Interview - Ryan Barnard Talks RPG Clancy, Loot, Manhattan, Stray Dogs and PvP Fear

X360A - Ubisoft Massive is living up to its name with Tom Clancy's The Division, an ambitious open-world RPG in which you're cast as a special agent tasked with restoring Manhattan to some semblance of normality following the outbreak of a virus that's plunged society back into the dark ages.

Like any RPG worth its salt, The Division promises levelling, progression, customisation, exploration and plenty of loot, as Ubisoft Massive Game Director Ryan Barnard told us when we managed to get a few minutes with him during a special Ubisoft event at Gamescom. (Ryan Barnard, Tom Clancy’s The Division, Ubisoft, Xbox One)

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urwifeminder  +   892d ago
Ubi really has nothing for me so far the crew looked ok but not much else cmom rainbow 6.

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