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Discussion in 'Other Games' started by Scutch, 11 June 2013.
Just wow. This impressed me.
YouTube - Tom Clancy's The Division - E3 Gameplay reveal [EUROPE]
incredibly organic movements, like just a small thing where he picks up a bottle of water. But the moment where they zoom out in the end made me think - Is this prerendered?
My favorite game announced so far. Looked wow.
I'm hoping this isn't going to be like watchdogs and we're another year plus away from its release
I like the way the characters are measured, no 'dude Bro' stuff.
Also the swearing isn't forced.
Isn't all the VO from the people playing it?
Damn, I didn't think of that.
Haha, looks sick
Looks dope! :o
I do worry that a lot of these games are going to feel a little samey though. You, with friends, in a huge map, doing little missions and bumping into others online. This and The Crew are just like the same base template. And watchdogs kinda looks like its assassins creed re-skinned in some ways.
I hope it doesnt end up feeling like that.
Very promising. I like the hundreds of details here and there, and the general ambientation. Hope it can be played coop entirely.
Apparently you can add your own bio to the game, your age, if you have kids, your language etc. and the game uses that to match you up with similar gamers. So you're less likely to bump into other players who are super aggressive/competitive or who don't speak your language or rank.
Of everything I've seen from E3 so far, this is the only one that has genuinely grabbed my interest. Looking forward to finding out more about it.
The game seems to be really good. After i watched the video i knew i have to buy a PS4 in the end of the year!
YouTube - THE DIVISION: Epic Gameplay Walkthrough with Adam Sessler and Creative Director! E3 2013
Great interview that explains a lot I hadn't seen elsewhere. Also release date is "winter 2014"
I assume that means early 2014 rather than like the middle to the end of December 2014.
Just saw the tech analysis on eurogamer, hadnt seen this game before! Looks good, but is another year away from being released.
The Division’s “revolutionary” companion app explained
Tom Clancy’s The Division developer Ubisoft Massive has told VG247′s Sam Clay all about the shooter’s “revolutionary” companion apps, which will see players getting involved via Android & iOS.
During the clip, the developers told us that from a tablet or supported device, players will be able to view the game running from a top-down perspective as an overhead drone. You will be able to upgrade your drone and earn unlocks just like levelling up a character in the game.
From there they will be able to debuff and mark enemies and shoot at them in real-time. They will also be able to help their friendly squad-mates by spotting enemies, buffing them and healing them.
What do you think of The Division’s asynchronous drone gameplay? Let us know below.
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I want to know how much they're going to charge for these apps and what content will be hidden behind IAP pay walls
I bet this means microtransactions!
They've announced today that this will be coming to PC, too.
Could have sworn we knew from day one it was coming to PC?
Not officially, no. The original E3 announcement was only for console.
YouTube - Snowdrop Next-Gen Engine | Tom Clancy's The Division [UK]
YouTube - Tom Clancy's The Division - Story Trailer - E3 2013 Ubisoft Conference
YouTube - Tom Clancy's The Division 20 Minutes of Gameplay Walkthrough Part 1 1080p Full Gameplay Walkthrough
Hope we see some new gameplay footage soon and not the "faked" console launch stuff done on high end PC, seen enough footage now of released content to know we shouldn't expect the games to look as they did when they were first announced (Forza5 and Ryse being two good examples of downgraded visuals from that first shown).
Ha! Watched the Snowdrop engine and my reply was gonna be just "that's insane".
Looks so good, defo buy for me.
Coupla new screenies:
Lighting is stunning IMO.
Impressive Snowdrop Engine Video from GDC
YouTube - Snowdrop Engine @ GDC 2014 [US]
Delayed until 2015.