Tom Clancy's The Division Celebrates 2nd Anniversary With 20 Million Players, In-Game Events

The Division is on online, open-world RPG where you explore the once-familiar streets and landmarks of the Big Apple, now decimated by looting and overrun by clans that will do anything to survive.

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_-EDMIX-_291d ago

Are they saying 20 million unique players like people who bought the game?

chris235291d ago

so, of these 20 million how many are active? like 20 i guess.

AnubisG290d ago

When I asked the same question you did about another game....I believe it was PUBG.....I was downvoted to oblivion and got called all sorts of names. Looks like things have changed.

dunnyone291d ago

I mean, it was a very fun game. I clocked in 70+ hours. But I got 2 of the best weapons in random loot crates and have the best gear setup. So there is nothing left to grind for. The division is only fun when you're running for better loot, so I have nothing left to do :( This game def has a point where you just got to walk away.

_-EDMIX-_291d ago

Lol I'm completely fine with getting to the point of walking away I don't really see me putting 70 hours but who knows I just started playing not too long ago.

jigug291d ago

Start working at home with Google! It’s by-far the best job I’ve had. Last Friday I got a brand new BMW since getting a check for $6474 this - 5 weeks past. I began this 6-months ago and immediately was bringing home at least $85 per hour.. Go this web and start your work.. Good luck....

Derceto291d ago

In other news, Mario Bros. is coming up on it's 35th anniversary with oh...... probably well over a 300 Million players lifetime.

Oh, you don't care? That's good, cause nobody cares about this marketing spin, pile of garbage, from one of the worst companies in gaming.

Eiffel291d ago (Edited 291d ago )

The comments above show how completely lacking in self-awareness some of you are. This game has turned around since last year. It's retained a large dedicated following since Massive actually listened to it's community.

Vegamyster290d ago

They did a fantastic job of listening and improving the game when they could have easily abandoned it.

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