One of the highlights of E3 this year was Ubisoft's reveal of Tom Clancy's The Division, but it came with a glaring omission. Its release was announced for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, but no mention of PC. That might change very soon.
When talking with IGN, a Ubisoft representative commented that "we're not ruling out other platforms because we do also read the Internet." This was in reference to an online petition in favor of a PC release -- a cause that's more than 111,000 supporters strong at the time of writing.
The spokesperson went on to state that "Ubisoft, as a company, considers maximizing the potential of a game, so if the audience is there and the desire is there..." Hopefully The Division does eventually end up on PC; the game looks good enough that it should be in as many peoples' hands as possible.
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