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Post by Dan @ 08:50am 10/06/14 | 3 Comments
Following on from the earlier new gameplay segment shown during Microsoft's Xbox Media Briefing, at its own E3 2014 press conference, Ubisoft today also revealed a new cinematic trailer for Tom Clancy's The Division.
Tragedy has come to New York City. It's hard to see something you love destroy itself and fall apart. But someone needs to be there to pick it up, to push back. Your purpose lies amongst all of this pain. You will have to fight, to save, to put it all back together. You are the hope of New York City.

Witness the beginning of the devastating outbreak that brought New York to ruin. Things look bleak, but we haven't lost yet. There's still time to protect those that remain and bring order to a destroyed world.
Tom Clancy's The Division will be coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC sometime during 2015.




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Latest Comments
Creepy
Posted 09:01am 10/6/14
Great trailer, but sad that there was no ingame footage at the actual Ubisoft event. The only footage shown was at the Microsoft event. :(
Jeffro
Posted 09:08am 10/6/14
Great trailer, but sad that there was no ingame footage at the actual Ubisoft event. The only footage shown was at the Microsoft event. :(


I don't watch the big publishers events tbh. I'm just chilling until the Sony conference now.
Deviouz
Posted 10:24am 10/6/14
Just waiting for game-play after its been "watchdogged" graphically, then we'll see.
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