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The Massive Entertainment Considers to Continue Division

New news about Tom Clancy’s The Division keeps coming. But this time it’s a bit different. The reason for this is that the Massive Entertainment studio wants to make a continuation play inside. But that does not mean that your support for the current game will be cut off; because as long as the player keeps on going, the studio will continue to support the game.

Tom Clancy’s The Division, which you know, was announced at E3 2013 and was sold in March of 2016. A continuation game has recently come into play for the game that is still interesting, and even time-consuming. IGN had an exclusive interview with the studio’s Marketing Manager David Polfeldt, and during this interview he talked about a possible follow-up game for Tom Clancy’s The Division. But we have to say that a follow-up game is not in the construction phase at the moment, but Polfeldt said there is a lot of space for the sequel. So, David Polfeldt, “I think the game is a great brand that has lots of potential stories in it.” in his interpretation and continued. “There are a lot of things in the division game that we can not do that make it interesting to the mark, there’s a lot of room to go beyond just keeping The Division online, but … I can not talk about it too much at the moment.”

On the other hand, a possible follow-up announcement might suggest that support for the current game may be cut off, but Polfeldt wants the players to have nothing to worry about in this regard. So much so that, as long as the current player continues to play Tom Clancy’s The Division game, he underlines that the developer studio will continue to support it as well. The biggest reason for this is that, as we mentioned in the beginning, the share of the growing popularity of the game is a big fact. Judging by what David Polfeldt said, Massive Entertainment predicted that there would be fewer players than they would have been at this time; because they thought that The Division would evolve over time like other Role Playing games. However, with every patch released after the v1.4 patch, the player has continued to increase in size. The interesting thing is, no matter how advanced Tom Clancy’s The Division is, the game is not at the point where he wants to be a studio. In other words, Tom Clancy’s The Division wants to find out when the players meet at the exit. In other words, it seems that your support to the game will continue at full throttle, but after one point you will be able to make the transition to continue play …

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