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The Division rumoured to be delay into 2015

The Division is rumoured to have been delayed into 2015.

News of the supposed delay comes from GameReactor, who themselves cite an 'anonymous source.

"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 …"

Ubisoft has already delayed Watch Dogs and The Crew, while Rainbow Six: Patriots also had some trouble in development.

Currently this rumour has not been confirmed by Ubisoft, so we'll just have to wait and see if it turns out to be true.

On the bright side, Watch Dogs will be released this year.

Edited On 07 Jan, 2014

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Dave 'BubbaJai' Aston's avatar
Dave 'BubbaJai' Aston 3 years ago
Watch Dogs will be released this year? Allegedly! It has gone back to no specific date. Q2/3? A game normally gets multiple delays for either a) Extra polish or b) It is actually absolute pants and they want to salvage something (i.e. Aliens CM). I hope it is A
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jay.hamilton 3 years ago
it would make sense to release just before xmas as the 3 weeks after black friday virus release would tie in to release date , so hope its not till 2015 as game looks really good
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beeje13 3 years ago
Dubious, the source says that game development has barley started. Yet the E3 demo didn't show that. It went perfectly, the story looked like it had been well thought of. Only reason I can think of for delay is that it doesn't want to launch at same time as the crew and a new assassins creed game, and all the other games that launch at that time of year.
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Zombieflamingo 3 years ago
Remember what you see in these game demos are usually scripted and made to look like actual gameplay, or it is one tiny are of the map that they will have worked on for ages to get right for the demo.

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