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It sounds like you guys weren’t impressed so far with the Microsoft and EA conferences, so Ubisoft had a chance to shine in their wake. With equal parts of over and underwhelming reveals, Ubisoft capped off a presentation with the very promising looking The Division, which will land on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

So far, it looks like Ubisoft has had the strongest conference, just like last year. The last minute reveal of The Division made its strongest case for the title, but of course we still have Sony later tonight, and Nintendo tomorrow morning. Anything can happen.

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