Tom Clancy’s The Division Delayed Until 2015, “Its’ Big Project, Far To Go” Says Anonymous Source
This comes from an anonymous source, so we advice our readers to take it with grain of salt. Ubisoft’s newest installment in Tom Clancy’s series “Tom Clancy’s The Division” has been delayed until 2015.
In a recent interview to GameReactor, the anonymous source said: “The game engine works well, it is not clear but works well. Actual game development has barely begun, however. The fact that Ubisoft issued a 2014 release date seems laughable if I’ll be completely honest, we will never have time to release The Division this year. This is a big project, we have very far to go…”
The reports seems to be pretty legit, as recently Ubisoft delayed two of their flagship titles “Watch Dogs and The Crew”.
Initially, Tom Clancy’s The Division was schedule to launch in Autumn 2014 for PS4, PC and Xbox One. At VGX 2013, Ubisoft showcased Snowdrop engine tech demo that power The Division, it really looked stunning. If you missed it at that time, don’t worry we got you covered below.
We have contacted Ubisoft for some official word on this rumor, so stay tuned we will update this post as we get to hear something from them.