Tom Clancy’s The Division’ Developer Says a Battle Royale DLC Could Happen

By Allan , Updated Jan 18, 2017 08:45 PM EST
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A new survey from Ubisoft suggests that they may add a Battle Royale downloadable content to “The Division”. Based on the survey, the questions were very specific and it was indicating that the game is considering a Battle Royale DLC. This news has definitely made players excited and hoping that it will happen.

“Tom Clancy’s The Division” was already a big hit even before it was out but many were disappointed on its release. However, the game still made it in the top multiplayer games of 2016. Now, Ubisoft seems to be considering a new direction for the game and players to re-energize their loyal players.

According to reports, some of the questions asked includes what the player’s favorite part of the game and which one they don’t. Then later on led to what they think of future updates. A Youtuber named Arekkz said that a Battle Royale DLC could have a gameplay like the “King of the Kill”, which was a big hit last year, and many seem to agree with him. Of course, there will be significant differences but it could have the same rules and concept where the match only ends when there’s one player left alive.

“Tom Clancy’s The Division” is a third person shooter video game by Ubisoft and Red Storm Entertainment that can be played by a Playstation 4 and an Xbox One. It is set in New York at a future time after a smallpox outbreak. Players will be an agent from “The Division” that will help rebuild operations, investigate the cause of the outbreak and fight unlawful activities.

The game became the best-selling game of Ubisoft and actually had the biggest launch in its first day and first week for a game franchise and earned approximately $330 million in the whole world.

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