Ubisoft delays Tom Clancy's The Division until 2015

Tom Clancy’s The Division won’t be reporting for duty in late 2014, as Ubisoft originally announced.  The delay to 2015 was confirmed by CEO Yves Guillemot during the publisher’s latest earnings call. “As you have noticed, The Division is not included into our full-year guidance. It will now be released in calendar 2015,”  Guillemot said. ”We will provide more information on this highly anticipated new brand at E3.”

Tom Clancy’s The Division, Ubisoft’s open-world shooter, has been pushed back to a 2015 launch date. It was previously due out by the end of 2014. “As you have noticed, The Division is not included into our full-year guidance,” Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot said during today’s financial call. “It will now be released in calendar 2015. We will provide more information on this highly anticipated new brand at E3.” In January, it was rumored that an employee of Ubisoft Massive called the 2014 launch date “laughable” and said development had barely started. Three Ubisoft studios are collaborating on The Division’s development: Massive Entertainment, Ubisoft Reflections and Rainbow Six studio Red Storm.

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