Tom Clancy’s The Division Resurgence: Ubisoft Announces Live Testing

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If you enjoy playing third-person RPG shooters on your smartphone, you should also consider giving Tom Clancy’s The Division Resurgence a try when it comes out. Developer Ubisoft is working to bring the game to the market, and it shall be playable soon on phones running on either iOS or Android.

Tom Clancy’s The Divison Resurgence will offer players the chance to explore a massive open world. This is surely nothing new for a mobile game, but still necessary if you enjoy playing such titles. Since mobile gaming is getting more and more love from the public, it’s reasonable to expect that Tom Clancy’s The Division Resurgence will also be received quite well.

Live Tests start TODAY

According to Skewed & Reviewed, Ubisoft announced that the Live Tests for Tom Clancy’s The Division Resurgence will begin today (Dec. 8). Selected Android devices will take part in the tests, and they belong to gamers from Western European countries.

However, those who want to participate in the Live Test or even other tests from the future can simply try their luck by signing up at Ubisoft’s official website. A quote from that source says:

The Division Resurgence brings the acclaimed gameplay experience of the franchise to mobile! Enjoy a AAA experience featuring a new storyline set in the massive urban open-world of New York City. Test your skills in the infamous PVP modes of the franchise, Dark Zone and Conflict. Register below for a chance to be among the first Agents to play and stay updated on the latest news.

Tom Clancy’s The Division Resurgence will also be free-to-play, although it might contain some in-game purchases as many other titles available on the market do. The game will take place in the same environment as Tom Clancy’s The Division and Tom Clancy’s The Division 2.

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