‘Tom Clancy’s The Division’ Release Date To Come Sooner? Four Studios Now Working On Ubisoft’s Upcoming Game

“Tom Clancy’s The Division” release date was expected to arrive early this year but Ubisoft announced that the game will delayed until late this year or even 2016.

A developer even admitted that the game is not even halfway done and functional when the announcement was made.


But now, it seems like the “Tom Clancy’s The Division” release date will arrive sooner as Ubisoft just announced  that four studios are now working on the game.

Ubisoft Annecy and Massive Entertainment are joining Massive Entertainment and Red Storm and Reflections to develop “Tom Clancy’s The Division.” ( via DSOgaming ) Here is Managing Director at Massive Entertainment David Polfeldt’s announcement.

“We are very happy that Ubisoft Annecy is part of The Division’s family.

They are highly experienced and talented developers, adding much value to the project.

Being able to work with other studios offers fantastic creative opportunities during development and, in the end, strongly benefits the overall quality of the game,” Polfeldt said.

On the other hand, Studio Manager at Ubisoft Annecy Rebecka Coutaz also confirmed their studio’s participation and said the following.

“The team in Annecy is delighted to be collaborating with Massive, Red Storm and Reflections on Tom Clancy’s The Division.

We are bringing our previous experience in multiplayer online games and this project is allowing us to build our technical knowledge in other areas and become experts on this incredible brand.

The collaboration with the other studios is going very smoothly, and we’re working together to ensure we meet and exceed the high expectations players have for this new title,” Coutaz said.

With that said, fans could expect “Tom Clancy’s The Division” release date announcement to come soon and perhaps, some light will be shed in the upcoming E3 2015 on June 16-18.

Stay tuned.

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