Posts Tagged ‘Massive Entertainment’

The Division Update

The Division Update 1.71 Fixes Exploits, Read the Patch Notes

Servers will be down tomorrow morning.

The Division Update

The Division Update 1.8 This Fall Brings Two New Game Modes, New Area

It’s the biggest free update so far for The Division.

The Division Update

The Division Update 1.7 Is 7.7GB on PS4, Here’s the Patch Notes

Xbox One and PC players don’t see as big of a download.

The Division Update

The Division Update 1.7 Gets a Trailer, Survival Expansion Free Weekend Incoming

It launches early tomorrow.

the division update

The Division Update 1.7 Will Hit August 15

More content, cosmetic items, and more coming your way.

Ubisoft Stockholm

Ubisoft Stockholm Announced, Will Work on Avatar & Other AAA Games

Ubisoft is looking to hire 300 people for their Swedish studios.

Report: The Division Update 1.7 Is Bringing in Global Events, Commendations, and More

Seasons change.

The Division Was a Massive Success According to Studio Director, Became a Monster Brand

Where do we go from here?

Ubisoft Details Ghost Recon Wildlands Known Issues

That’s a long list.

The Division Year 2 Content Will Include Two Free Expansions

Ubisoft will celebrate The Division’s one year anniversary this week.

Ubisoft: “Avatar’s Development Has No Impact on the Team Working on The Division”

Their long-term plans for The Division remain unaffected.

Ubisoft Announces a New Avatar Game for Consoles and PC

The Division developer Ubisoft Massive is leading development.

The Division Maintenance Deadeye Bug Fix

The Division Servers Down for Maintenance Tomorrow, Squashing Deadeye Bug

Having fun with that Deadeye bug? Not much longer.

The Division Review – Pandemic End Game (PS4)

Is it a shooter? An MMO? Something else entirely?

The Division Release Date Delayed to Q1 2016, More Info Coming at E3 2015

They want it to meet their high expectations.

Ubisoft Annecy Joins The Division Development, Their Involvement is Being “Kept Secret for Now”

Massive Entertainment is still the lead.

The Division Dev Explains the Game’s Graphical “Downgrade” for Console Versions

“I think the term downgrade is a bit confusing”