Ubisoft Wants Tom Clancy's The Division Players To Answer This Survey For Next Update

Ever since the huge crisis Tom Clancy's The Division experienced last year, Ubisoft has been on the roll from left to right and vice versa. The studio has made it a goal to listen to community feedbacks and ensure that the fans get what they deserve. Fast forward to today, this is still evident. The video game company has reportedly released a survey, giving players a chance to voice out their opinions and/or suggestions.

According to Express, Tom Clancy's The Division are given the chance to provide ideas for the game's upcoming content. This is basically done through an online survey (check it here) in which there are no right and/or wrong answers. The studio simply wants to hear what the community has in mind for the game.

Based on the questions found on the aforementioned Tom Clancy's The Division survey, it safe to say that Ubisoft is brewing a new mode. The latter is specifically intended for the game's Survival mode, one that's deemed a new Last Man Standing. Reports suggest that this one here can be likened to titular Hollywood franchise The Hunger Games.

Moreover, the video game company is likely to be interested with a new location for Tom Clancy's The Division. Heck, a sequel might even be on schedule. But of course, either of these will only be possible depending on the decision of the studio.

What's even interesting with the Tom Clancy's The Division survey is a nod to a possible novel. One question asks if players will be interested in "reading series of novel around the universe" of the game. Without a doubt, Ubisoft is trying to gauge the reading habits of the community. Indeed, 2017 is as big year for the title. A lot of things are expected to arrive and/or happen.

What are your thoughts on the next Tom Clancy's The Division update or content? Have you taken your part in the survey already? What are your expectations? Be sure to let us know at the comment section below!

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