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Rumor: The Division Delayed To 2015, "Actual Game Development Has Barely Started"

Posted on Tuesday, January 7 @ 08:30:30 PST by Alex_Osborn


Tom Clancy's The Division
is reportedly a long ways off from release, according to an inside source at Ubisoft Massive.

The anonymous source toldGameReactorthat"the game engine works well, it's not done, but works well. The actual game development has barely started, however." As far as if it will be ready for release this year, the source went on to add, "The fact that Ubisoft has gone public with a 2014 release date feels laughable to be perfectly honest, we will never be able to releaseThe Divisionthis year. It's a large project, and we have very far to go."

The publisher has yet to release an official statement on the game's progress, so we'll have to treat this as merely rumor for the time being. Fortuantely we've still gotWatch Dogsto look forward to this year ifThe Divisiondoes end up slipping to 2015.
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