The first rule of The Division sequels is you don't talk about The Division
sequels. That's why
interview with Massive Entertainment managing director David
Polfeldt dances around the possibility of a follow-up to the Tom Clancy shooter.
But it doesn't rule one out. Here's word:
Though no official
announcements of a The Division 2 have been made, and Massive's focus is
squarely on The Division and the studio's upcoming Avatar game, Polfeldt
indicated the studio does want to tell stories beyond the ones created from the
I think it's a wonderful, wonderful brand that has so many potential stories in
it. There are a lot of things that we didn't do in The Division 1 that are
interesting to look at for that brand, Polfeldt said. I definitely think
there's lots of space for continuation which is beyond just keeping The Division
online. But...I can't talk about that too much right now.
Keeping The Division online and feeling fresh, however, remains very much a
focus for the studio.
I think of [supporting the game and players] as kind of a relationship. As long
as you go to another date with your gamers and you feel pretty excited about it,
and they seem to be excited too, that's not when you stop dating, Polfeldt