Ubisoft confirms Tom Clancy’s The Division 3, an installment that will once again be directed by Julian Gerighty but only after finishing Star Wars Outlaws.
Ubisoft has confirmed that The Division 3 It is a reality, with Julian Gerighty as executive producer of the entire The Division brand. His development, however, will not start at full power until the launch of Star Wars Outlaws, the game he is currently directing.
Ubisoft has announced it in a press release, revealing without much fanfare the development of the new The Division 3, a game that not everyone took for granted because The Division 2 continues to receive new content and is very active.
In fact, a detail of this statement is that, although Gerighty is already creating a team to work on Tom Clancy’s The Division 3, They are not going to abandon The Division 2than receiving support.
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“There are few games that I can say completely surprised me the first time I saw them, and Tom Clancy’s The Division is one of them. “I was immediately hooked, as were many others in our loyal gaming community,” Gerighty said.
Julian Gerighty joined The Division team in 2014, and he led its launch and its sequel, before becoming Creative Director of Star Wars Outlaws, the new open-world adventure.
Gerighty is committed to ensuring that Star Wars Outlaws comes out in the highest quality possible at launch, but will then return to The Division, a saga that is recently expanding into new business models.
This includes cell phones (The Division Resurgence) and survival free to play The Division Heartland.
The Division 3 At the moment it is a sketch, since its director is focused on Star Wars Outlwas, but we already know what will be next from Massive Entertainment, Ubisoft’s most prolific studio at the moment (they also make the Avatar game).