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'The Division' head: Consumer feedback, 'Now is a time when the window is open'

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The Division was the surprise of the show at E3 2013, but it has only been quite recently that the development team has gotten to the point where they can receive feedback on what they've revealed and shown off so far.

In a recent interview, Massive Entertainment's managing director David Polfeldt talked about how the development team was unable to accept feedback from consumers over the past half year, but revealed they are now in a better position to do that.

"During the last six months, you're not open to feedback very much. You're so late in the production line and you need to complete the game.

"Mostly we're chasing bugs for the last three months, so there's not much to do no matter how intelligent the feedback is, but now is a time when the window is open, the dialogue, the conversation is very very welcome at this point," Polfeldt said.

The Division is unquestionably one of the most intriguing titles slated to hit retailers toward the end of this year, but there is still so much to find out about this game. Details have been scarce since the game's reveal in June, but we've managed to dig up some juicy content for you.

Anticipating a game is one thing, but being convinced by what it is selling is an entirely different thing. Ubisoft should be revealing more about the game in the coming months.

We have plenty more on The Division and if you are looking to check it all out, click the Game On icon at the top of this page. For all of our latest exclusives, previews, reviews and features, follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook. Game On.

Thanks, Gamereactor.


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