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Exclusive: Director David Leitch teases what to expect from his upcoming Netflix movie adaptation of Tom Clancy's The Division video games.
Ubisoft announced a new mobile game called Tom Clancy's Elite Squad at E3 2019, which will bring together characters from all Tom Clancy games.
Netflix officially buys the Tom Clancy's The Division video game movie adaptation, with Jessica Chastain and Jake Gyllenhaal attached to star.
An exclusive interview with Yannick Banchereau, live content manager on Tom Clancy's The Division 2, about the big changes coming to the sequel.
An exclusive interview with Julian Gerighty, Creative Director at Massive Entertainment on The Division 2 and key changes and an expanding lore.
Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot states that he wants all of his companies video games to be able to reach 5 billion gamers within the next 10 years.
The Division 2 loot box situation remains something of a mystery, as associate creative director Chadi El-Zibaoui can't answer the burning question.
Ubisoft releases the first trailer for Massive Entertainment's The Division 2 at Xbox's E3 2018 briefing, and reveal its new setting and gameplay features.
In a new financial report, Ubisoft reveals that Massive Entertainment's The Division 2 will release before April 2019 on consoles and PC.
Exclusive: Deadpool 2 director David Leitch thinks his adaptation of The Division can break the fabled video game movie curse.
Deadpool 2 director David Leitch is helming Ubisoft's video game movie The Division, with Jake Gyllenhaal and Jessica Chastain lined up to star.
Ubisoft is reportedly tasking The Division developer Massive Entertainment with making a standalone battle royale game or mode.
Stephen Gaghan (Gold) signs on to write and direct Ubisoft's film adaptation of the dystopian third-person shooter video game, The Division.
Amazon's list of 2016's best-selling video games includes Pokémon Sun and Moon, Uncharted: A Thief's End and Final Fantasy XV.
Ubisoft Massive admits to the many issues plaguing Tom Clancy's The Division and promise to work towards addressing them all.
A movie based on Ubisoft's The Division was officially announced today, with Jake Gyllenhaal and Jessica Chastain signed on to star.
Jessica Chastain is negotiating to costar with Jake Gyllenhaal in Ubisoft Motion Pictures' adaptation of The Division video game series.
In the wake of Destiny, Ubisoft aims to deliver their own Massively multiplayer online shooter/action role-playing game under the Tom Clancy brand name. The Division takes place in a near future New York City after a smallpox pandemic spreads on Black Friday (transmitted by a virus planted onto banknotes) and wipes out the nation's government and infrastructure. Players take on the role of Strategic Homeland Division (SHD) or "The Division" agents who have the direct authority by the President of the United States to do whatever it takes to prevent the fall of society and piece the city back together.