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Submitted by philiwaniuk 193d ago | preview

10 things you need to know about The Division - OPM UK

Here to break through the enshrouding layers of mystery surrounding Tom Clancy’s The Division are ten of the ambitious next-gen shooter/RPG’s killerist killer features. After much deliberation, we decided against including ‘dat grafik’ in the list, pretty as a peach though it is. (PS4, Tom Clancy’s The Division)

medman  +   193d ago
There is only one thing I want to know about The Division, and that is whether Ubisoft is going to deliver to consoles what they showed at E3. The latest Watch_Dogs trailer was disappointing, to say the least. Now I'm not sure if the next gen versions will actually look that generically bland, but if they do, count me out. I would assume that The Division wouldn't suffer a similar fate as it isn't being designed for anything but pc, ps4, and xbone, unlike Watch_Dogs, but with Ubisoft you never really know.

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