ByKen McDonnell, writer at
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So, Ubisoft have announced everything that they'll be showing off at E3 this year - well, unless they have a surprise up their sleeve like they did with [Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege](tag:2768317). On the floor at E3 in about two weeks, players will be able to try out Assassin's Creed: Syndicate, along with Rainbow Six and now, Tom Clancy's The Division! As we're all painfully aware, The Division won't be arriving until 2016, and seeing as it's playable at E3 I think we can rely on seeing it next year.

But what could a game that's this far from release date look like? Will there be another downgrading controversy after Watch Dogs and The Witcher 3? Will it be totally offline or can we see people play together? How damn excited for this game are you?!

Tom Clancy's The Division
Tom Clancy's The Division

Tom Clancy's The Division is Playable at E3 But What Will the Gameplay Be Like?

Ubisoft are going to want to avoid any form of controversy this year. Therefore, The Division demo that'll be playable must be close to the finished product - or at least up to a standard that the company are happy to show. The last thing they're going to want is to poison the crazy amount of people that are excited for Tom Clancy's The Division with an average demonstration.

The game has been in development for an extremely long period of time, and I'm sure one of the biggest issues facing the company is making the game run on countless servers. Ubisoft don't have a great track record when it comes to reliable online interaction, so I'm sure they want to get it right with The Division. Therefore, I think it's safe to assume that The Division actually looks pretty good at the moment! Certainly the confined area that they'll be demonstrating will look pretty awesome! But do you think The Division will be met with downgrade controversy? It looked too good to be true at last year's E3!

Tom Clancy's The Division
Tom Clancy's The Division

So what do you want to see from the gameplay demonstration of Tom Clancy's the Division? Do you think we'll be allowed to walk through the area that they showed off last year? Or is there another part of New York city for us to explore? I know those lucky enough to be at E3 will get a short amount of hands-on time with the game, but man I can't wait to see those clips.

Be sure to let us know what you think of [Tom Clancy's The Division](tag:2684169) in the comments and whether Ubiosft will be next in line to receive downgrading controversy after The Witcher 3.


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