Written by Daniel Likin |
And as you know already, Assassin's Creed will be stepping to the next installment of this series, which is the sixth episode of this game on consoles, as well as Splinter Cell: Blacklist (not to mention Prince of Persia).
Meanwhile new soon-to-be franchise games like Watch Dogs, The Crew and The Division will definitely be some new great additions for console owners out there. The good news is, The Division, which is a full-online multiplayer game, reportedly will arrive soon to PC in the near future.
Okay, we already know that some games like GTA V or Fable Legends won't likely be ported to PC as Rockstar Games is still busy prepping the launch of this game on current-gen Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 next month on September 17th, while Lionhead Studio declared at Gamescom that the latest installment of Fable, Fable Legends, will be Xbox One's exclusive title, meaning that other consoles won't be getting it.
But apparently, Ubisoft decides to not take that road as this will hold them back from selling more copies of their games on the market. Therefore, the news about "The Division" arriving on PC definitely is a great sign that other Ubisoft's titles will likely be heading to PC in the near future.
Anyway, as i mentioned earlier, Ubisoft's The Division is a game that is designed as a full online multiplayer game. Just like the other online multiplayer games, in The Division, you'll be able to play with your other friends, either real life or social media friends or even someone you barely know, and join forces with them in a group, the group of resistance.
If you've already seen the teaser trailer or even the gameplay trailer of this game, in The Division, the story begins as you're deployed in one ruined city.
As a player, you'll be equipped with gadgets and also guns to protect yourself and your group from the attack of other group that consists other online players (maybe your real life friends) that are also playing this game in their houses, dorms or anywhere across the planet Earth.
Your job here is to survive in that ruined city and gain new levels or experience, plus weapons, goodies and maybe some new internet friends.
One of the great things found in The Division is that this game has really huge maps. So you'll be spending hours of hours or even weeks to explore the entire city in order to proceed to the missions. The graphics are also looking good and real.
And i think the entire city of this game has been designed by Ubisoft to be as realistic as possible with the real life, so don't be surprised if you see Manhattan bridge in this game look so real. I believe The Division will look way even more stunning on the next gen Xbox One and PlayStation 4 than on other consoles or PC.
Meanwhile, at the Gamescom held a few days ago, Ubisoft through its representatives, stated that the company would bring a first-rate experience of The Division to PC gamers when this game finally launches later.
According to them, Massive Entertainment, which is the one that develops this game, has its roots in PC development with earlier games like Ground Control and World of Conflict. So if you're eager to play this game on your beloved PC, then you need no worry as this game will still be as great as on console.
They also noted about the importance of users' feedback for the further development of The Division in the future. So if players have any input or complain in this game, Massive Entertainment guarantee that they will listen to every user's opinions. Besides, that's the only way The Division can be improved, thus generating more loyal fans in the coming future.
“I can’t stress enough how important it has been for us to feel your support, interest and commitment to the game. Your opinions matter to us. The positive energy you bring back to the team will help us create the best game possible.I think there are many things about this game that look prominent in front of players. First of all, of course, the graphics. The Division no doubt looks and works great. The visual effects, the sun glare, the buildings, the real-time reflections, the realistic objects and environments, and not to mention a feature-rich social simulations, all just looks great. That's the first pro.
The other interesting aspect of this game is the full online multiplayer support that is equipped in this game. I think it's just amazing to see how you, as a player, can play with other people, that maybe are located far far away from your country, and make a group with them. Its just awesome!!
And the fact that this game also allows users to interact with other players, even with voice communications. Again, this is just mind blowing.
I just hope this feature will also be available to use not just when you play co-op multiplayer with your real life friends near you, but also with other people, even strangers that are located like one region away from you. That's so cool!!
All Images are taken from iPlay Video via IGN