Sure, Tom Clancy's The Division is still one of the most successful games of today. However, one can't simply deny the fact that its popularity is plummeting. With the amount of bugs and/or glitches it has, it's safe to say that the title is nowhere close to being an easy favorite. And now, with the upcoming arrival of newer titles, Ubisoft's installment might finally come to an end. After all, fans would want to try newer games that are more stable and enjoyable. In that case, here are 3 games that might just bury the aforementioned game for good.
Tom Clancy's The Division Vs. Battlefield 1
As previously reported here at iTech Post, Tom Clancy's The Division developers are starting to take steps towards fixing the game. Seriously though, while this could mean a bug-free experience, it seems fans have grown tired of waiting. With EA's forthcoming Battlefield 1 (October 21), the overall gaming industry might just be shaken. Besides, the said title's previous demos and/or trailers present some interesting and potential elements. And sure enough, even fans of Ubisoft's title would want to check it out.
Tom Clancy's The Division Vs. Titanfall 2
Sure, Tom Clancy's The Division is a hit first-person shooter game. But what if another installment of such genre, only with new exciting stuff to offer, arrives? More often than not, players would want to explore it, regardless of the price. Between those lines, Titanfall 2 is among them. The latter is also a title under the umbrella of EA. It is slated to be released a week after Battlefield 1. So if Ubisoft wants to keep the competition alive and kicking, they better start making things a lot more interesting.
Tom Clancy's The Division Vs. Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare
When Tom Clancy's The Division was first released, it amassed recognitions after recognitions. Heck, even its player pool started growing dramatically. However, fast forward to today, a good percentage of the community seem to have left. As for the case of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, it's the complete opposite. When Activision unleashed its first trailer, it became the most hated video in YouTube. Most if not all gamers weren't excited about it, suggesting that the game would've been better if not for the space setting. Nevertheless, as the day goes by -- most especially with the inclusion of Infinity Ward as the developer -- things started to make sense. Lots of fans are beginning to get excited, believing that the new Call of Duty title will be a hit. And as clear as the skies on a lovely Sunday morning, it has all the elements to surpass that of Ubisoft's.
What are your thoughts on Tom Clancy's The Division and its current state? Do you believe the aforementioned titles will kill Ubisoft's title in one way or another? What other titles do you think would make such scenario? Share us what you think at the comment section below!