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Tom Clancy's The Division sets its doomsday clock for March 8, 2016

Ubisoft's snowy, post-viral apocalypse simulator Tom Clancy's The Division (opens in new tab) will hit Xbox One, PS4 and PC on March 8, 2016, the developer/publisher announced at E3 2015. Xbox One owners will get the first taste of urban survival thanks to a December Division beta (opens in new tab), which was announced during the Microsoft E3 press conference.

In case you've been living under a Ubisoft-free rock, The Division stars you as a member of a militarized emergency response team (The Division), trying to keep order in a ravaged New York City. Survivors, scavengers and rogue agents will present opportunities and threats as you scour the city for supplies and vie for control.

For more Ubisoft E3 news, check out the Ubisoft press conference (opens in new tab) recap, and our E3 2015 (opens in new tab) hub for all the news coming out of LA this week.

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