The Division video takes you behind-the-scenes at Massive Entertainment

Friday, 19th July 2013 16:01 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

Massive Entertainment has a new video available giving you a behind-the-scenes look at what all went on at the firm before Tom Clancy’s The Division was revealed at E3 in June.

In the video below, members of the Swedish studio discuss the process of preparing for the reveal.

According to the video, the team still has plenty of things to work on a week prior to E3, such as the game’s website, basic game information for PR, and the game’s UI.

Creative director Nicklas Cederstrom even discusses the wilderness survival training course he took in order to become acquainted with some of the things characters will endure in the game.

Apparently it wasn’t very fun and is something he will “never do it again.”

Watch below.

The Division is set for release on PS4 and Xbox One sometime towards the end of 2014.



  1. garetjax

    Seriously the way the creative director was on stage got me interested in this game. It does look awesome too.

    #1 1 year ago
  2. JewyMcJew

    When the player casually closed the slightly ajar door of the car he was kneeling behind, I knew we entered the era of ‘next-gen’. Imagine how much work it takes to make that level of detail.

    And does anyone else wish that you can get that level of audio chatter when playing single player games? I would love it! It’s like the equivalent of baseball commentary but for action games.

    #2 1 year ago
  3. Hussar

    The biggest flaw of this game is another boring representation of New York.

    I’ve been there in GTA4. Virtually, it’s not that special. So.. meh.

    #3 1 year ago
  4. KaosGoneRogue

    Forget about TitanFall, The Division was Game of E3 2013 for me. Man hope Ubisoft can pull off another stellar new IP for next year’s E3.

    #4 1 year ago

    There is a big number of (MAG) players very interested in this game! Our request is: Please make this at least 32vs32 online***

    #5 1 year ago

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