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Monday, 10 February 2014 08:22

The Division has a co-developer

Written by David Stellmack

40% Ubisoft Reflections on the project

The Division is a huge project. It is so big, in fact, that Ubisoft has not only Ubisoft Massive working on the title, but it has been revealed that 40% of the staff at Ubisoft Reflections is also co-developing the title. Reflections is the Ubisoft studio that is best known for Driver (not working on a shooter like this), so this is a departure for sure.

According to what has been uncovered so far, Reflections has been working on all of the game’s systems, including the main characters, enemies, RPG pillars, building Manhattan and online functionality. So, it is obvious they have been deeply involved in the development of The Division.

Both studios are very high on the development of the Division and think that the title has a lot of potential. The Division is on track for release later this year on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.

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