The Division Has A Silent Night With This Live-Action Trailer

Posted 10 months ago

Ahead of Christmas, Ubisoft has released a live-action trailer for their upcoming tactical shooter, The Division. The official live-action trailer is called ‘Silent Night’, and shows what the title is about.

Announced back in 2013, the Division was first scheduled for a release in 2014. The shooter has been delayed multiple times, but is now scheduled for a release in March 2016 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

A devastating pandemic sweeps through New York City, and one by one, basic services fail. In only days, without food or water, society collapses into chaos. The Division, a classified unit of self-supported tactical agents, is activated. Leading seemingly ordinary lives among us, The Division agents are trained to operate independently of command, as all else fails. Fighting to prevent the fall of society, the agents will find themselves caught up in an epic conspiracy, forced to combat not only the effects of a manmade virus, but also the rising threat of those behind it. When everything collapses, your mission begins.

The Division ‘Silent Night’ Live-action trailer


When our world is on the brink of collapse, what’s left for us to save?

“Silent Night” is the official Tom Clancy’s The Division live action trailer, directed by Xavier Gens and shot in the Fox studios in Los Angeles.

A beta for The Division is planned for early 2016. Those interested, can sign up at this website. Ubisoft will only be allowing a select number of beta testers. An early alpha for the game ended last week for Xbox One owners.

The Tom Clancy’s The Division Beta is your chance to test and experience a pre-release version of the game before it launches. Plus, it serves as an important opportunity to make sure that the game is balanced and that the servers are tested to pave the way for a smooth launch. The beta will not be a full version of the game, and will only function during specific time frames.

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