The Division has “Endless Gameplay”, Might Get More Locations or Cities as DLC if There’s Demand

Tom Clancy’s The Division is already based in an immense open world rendition of New York, and we can expect a whole lot of gameplay from our purchase as producer Fredrik Rundqvist stated in an interview to VG24/7:

We designed the game to be endless gameplay. It’s hundreds, if not thousands of hours of gameplay that we hope people will enjoy.

While the available map space seems to be already quite large, Ubisoft doesn’t necessarily plan to stop there:

The game is based in New York now, but if there’s demand, we’re going to keep on building.

From what he said, it seems that Massive Entertainment is considering adding different cities to the game, or at least more locations. Where would you like to see “The Division” go? Personally, I would definitely enjoy some overseas location as well as North American ones. While the main plot of the game is based in the US, it’d be cool to see what happened to the rest of the world.

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  • Will


  • chillichico

    Dallas or Houston!

  • Anon

    Sandy Hook.

    Too soon?

    • JOSE :D


    • Quest4Truth

      really tho somewhere kind of rural would be nice lol. like maybe include outskirts of new york, with a woods and an elementary school stations somewhere randomly in it.

  • Denden


  • Jack

    Am I the only one who wants to see a European city like Warsaw, Berlin, London or Paris?

  • datdude

    Tokyo, Hong Kong, or Singapore please.

  • DatAzianGuy

    Now just make this available for pc’s and you have the perfect game 🙂

  • Dwyane Booker

    San Francisco

  • Chris


  • Nicko


  • Shadowrunner4Life

    And I’m from California

  • adfadfasss

    Hopefully the dlc is free

  • traxen


  • Vespaman

    Detroit!….hmmm… but I guess it really wouldn’t look that different then it does now….

  • AJ

    Something more open and wide like Texas would add driving and vehicle elements. A big fun part of survival games is the vehicles and trucks.