Of course, nothing is guaranteed, but it will be great if The Division receive a storybook that focuses on the plot.
On July 13, Tim Spencer, the supervisor of the screenplay game at TT Games (the developer behind the LEGO brand), expressed his idea of a single-player spin-off version of the universe. of the "shooting game" series The Division. He thought the game could follow a Division agent back to his family after events in New York, specifying what they sacrificed and psychologically, or maybe torment when not with family at the time of the collapse of the United States.
It seems that this is not Spencer's own passion, but the creative director The Division 2 Julian Gerighty is also interested in this idea.
Most people have played The Division It is likely to recognize that storytelling through the environment and post-apocalyptic urban atmosphere is the brightest but least appreciated feature of the series. Perhaps aware of this, Ubisoft has invested in a set of webseries called Agent Origins with … content and acting … dull, primarily to promote the first title. In the near future, there will also be an odd film starring Jake Gyllenhaal (Brokeback Mountain, Nightcrawler, Spider-Man: Far From Home) and Jessica Chastain (Zero Dark Thirty, Interstellar, Molly's Game) and directed by David Leitch (Deadpool 2, Atomic Blonde). The bad news is that it was bid by Netflix, and the quality of Netflix's odd movies has always been 50/50.
So, that shows that Ubisoft really cares about the content of the universe The Divisionbut only investing in movies is a bit … ungainly. A smaller-scale story game is not a crazy concept, when Ubisoft used to turn on the green light. Assassin’s Creed ARPG version and a medieval antagonistic game with a third view. Will Ubisoft nod to this idea? Let's wait and see.
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