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Submitted by fezzleberry 616d ago | video

Take A Gander At The Division's Backpack And Fancy Equipment

The Division's first holiday greeting is a Dev Q&A video with some sweet stuff like back pack, food & water, and inventory. In the first 2 minutes, the video talks about the power of Snowdrop engine and then you can take a glance at some concept of backpack. Food and water aren't for your survival but provide buff and can be used to trade in the black market. You will be interested in how the fancy holographic map is generated, watch the video below. (PC, PS4, Tom Clancy’s The Division, Xbox One)

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theDivision  +   617d ago
Was just about to submit this nice find!
medman  +   616d ago
I'm really looking forward to seeing more gameplay from this title. It is right near the top of my list of the most anticipated, along with Uncharted, Mass Effect, Destiny, Watch_Dogs, The Witcher 3, The Order:1886, Infamous Second Son, No Mans Sky, Child of Light, and Everybody's Gone to the Rapture.

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