Tom Clancy’s The Division is one of the highly awaited games since 2014, apart from being the latest addition to the Tom Clancy’s series it is also going to be the most diverse game in the series if Ubisoft is to be believed.
While all that makes it probable that you would buy it right off the shelves without thinking twice, it is always good to know what you are getting into.
Apparently, for that reason the developers have an alpha session planned.
They have not announced anything yet, but some of the fans have dug into the official website of the game and found evidence in the source code. According to this YouTuber, there used to be a reference to a section of the website that is to be dedicated to the alpha – maybe for signups.
It has been removed now, but it was there which means we will probably see an alpha testing phase of The Division in the near future.
In related news, Ubisoft has scrapped Talents and revamped skill mods and skill in general – I am sure they found it was important to improve the gameplay i.e. the thing they have been polishing for a while now.
However, you don’t need to worry if all the changes and the general expectations of the community were making you think that the game would be delayed yet again. The developers have reassured that we will get it in 2015.
Tom Clancy’s The Division is being developed for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Microsoft Windows by Ubisoft Massive,
Ubisoft Reflections and Ubisoft Red Storm together.