The Division: Ubisoft 'not ruling out PC release'

"We do also read the internet," says company spokesperson

Ubisoft isn't ruling out releasing online action RPG The Division on PC.


In development at Ubisoft Massive, the impressive-looking Tom Clancy game was announced on June 11 for Xbox One and PS4.

In the past two weeks, over 110,000 people have signed a petition requesting that Ubisoft also release the title on PC.

Speaking to IGN in a video interview, a Ubisoft spokesperson said: "We're set for release in winter 2014 on PS4 and Xbox One, but we're not ruling out other platforms because we do also read the internet.

"I think Ubisoft as a company considers maximising the potential of a game," he added, "so if the audience is there and the desire is there..."

Ubisoft Massive creative director Niklas Cederstrom also said: "It's very clear when you read the forums what people miss."

The game, which has been in development for "a little over a year", takes place in New York following the release of a devastating manmade virus. Players step into the boots of agents from The Division, a classified unit fighting to prevent the collapse of society.

For more on the title, check out this The Division interview with production director Petter Mannerfelt and producer Fredrik Rundqvist.