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The Division Survey Wants to Know if Players Would be Interested in Last Man Standing Mode and Possible Sequel

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The Division Survey Wants to Know if Players Would be Interested in Last Man Standing Mode and Possible Sequel

Ubisoft has released a survey for Tom Clancy’s The Division players as the French developer/publisher seeks to gain vital feedback on a whole manner of different aspects regarding the future of the third-person shooter.

Although a large percentage of the questions are clearly aimed at player preference such as time spent playing the game, preferred console to play on, and how much you enjoy The Division‘s various activities available; there are a few questions that drop hints at the possible future of The Division following the release of Update 1.6.

The anonymous survey, which can be taken HERE, takes around 15 minutes to complete and poses multiple questions to gamers such as how interested they would be in a Last Man Standing mode for Survival, how likely they are to want a sequel to Ubisoft Massive’s 2016 MMOG, and even destinations for a possible sequel (all of which can be seen below).

All data gained from the survey will no doubt be analysed by Ubisoft with the possibilities for the future of The Division appearing to be endless.

Wherever Ubisoft plan to take The Division in the future, the one fact we do know for sure is that Update 1.6 is on the horizon, with recent data mining uncovering possible PVP changes, new missions and a Central Park location that could all be made available to season pass owners with the games next expansion – Last Stand, planned to release early this year.

Tom Clancy’s The Division is available now for Xbox One, PS4 and PC.

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