Here’s what’s known about The Division’s crafting

    
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Here’s what’s known about The Division’s crafting

Wait a minute, what? There’s crafting in The Division shooter that Ubisoft is setting in the Clancyverse? Apparently so, according to a new YouTube video that summarizes everything known from various sources.

The Division’s crafting will purportedly be “important but approachable,” as well as focused and fairly hardcore. It can “also somewhat be ignored depending on player preference.” So that’s all cleared up.

If you’re still confuzzled by The Division’s crafting, well, me too. Fortunately the video has a few shots of the interface, which maintains the immersive floating HUD look for which the game is semi-famous. The Division is currently slated for the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One. There is no release date.

[Via: VG247; Source: YouTube]

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whiskysour
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whiskysour

This and SW battlefront is what I’ve been waiting on since I got my ps4 (all I play is madden) So between being uber excited and having Ea and Ubi behind said titles chances are great Ill be disappointed.

Cyroselle
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Cyroselle

Edit: it’s slated for PC too, but possibly not concurrent

Cyroselle
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Cyroselle

Console-only is a good way to nip interest in the bud for people like me who neither owns a TV nor any current market consoles.

Ghostmourn
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Ghostmourn

Ironwu Yup same here, thankfully they are rarely good games.

Ironwu
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Ironwu

Sadly, I pass on Ubisoft products. 
They may be good games, but their DRM and Online Account requirements are just to much.
I don’t mind Steam, but as EA found out with Origin, folks really find game company in-house online accounts to be problematic.

Cujo H
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Cujo H

Ubisoft games are only made to make nice trailers.  So people will buy it.  Then they unwrap the box and find a turd inside of it.

Apollymi
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Apollymi

Hmmm, this game seems more interesting to me all the time.  I like to dabble in crafting so yeah, this is a plus in my book.

krieglich
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krieglich

phatleet It’s no Halo, that’s for sure. :D

BrotherMaynard
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BrotherMaynard

“Important, approachable, fairly hardcore,
can also somewhat be ignored.”Man, I do hate this marketing nonsense. Next they’ll be telling us how the game is super hardcore yet very casual friendly, has no grind at all, but “meaningful endgame” that rewards daily logins and repeating the same missions and maps over and over. And if they’re in the mood, they’ll add a funny little story how the game AI beat their own devs…

I’ve been following this game for a long time, but as we’re getting closer to the launch and with all this rubbish PR stuff I’m getting gradually fed up with it even before its release.

mysecretid
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mysecretid

I have been very interested in this game but, as others have already said, the recent releases from Ubisoft of games which were much-hyped, but which had a ton of design and quality-control problems (e.g. Watch_Dogs) have made me less optimistic for what The Division will ultimately become.

In other words, I intend to wait for the post-release reviews, and the YouTube Let’s Play footage, before dropping any money on this one.