Anticipation is high for Tom Clancy’s The Division as Ubisoft Massive is moving in to make a wiser move with the latest 1.4 update that can ultimately bring the interest back.
The game developer has reportedly released not only a new patch but a downloadable content as well to address the gamers’ complaints that some feats of the game requires a little bit of fixing up and lacks content.
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According to GameNGuide, Ubisoft made a change in the 1.4 update for Tom Clancy’s The Division where it promises to lessen the damage for the NPCs that are in the range of level 31 to 33. The update also addresses the enemy change for the Search and Destroy missions.
Corresponding changes were also applied to the mid-bosses of the game, according to a report. Major changes will mostly affect the Four Horsemen in Dragon’s Nest and the Underground feat. Gear Sets will also be available which will enable players to acquire FireCrest Gear Set from the Underground as well as in Dragon’s Nest.
Also, Ubisoft has reportedly released The Hunt for Loot feature which will enable players for more upgrade opportunities. Common pools of drops has also been created meaning gamers can now upgrade the Loot feature while every enemy can drop almost all types of gears.
Changes have also been made with the Weighting With All Gear Sets, according to MNG. There will be an implementation of a new system with gear sets dropping in certain incursions.
On the other hand, rumors have it that the update 1.4 is just a preparation for the game’s new Survival DLC. The game’s downloadable content update known as Survival DLC is expected to be released after the 1.4 update or in 2017, as rumors suggest.
Given that the update is confirmed news, players are eager for the release of the upcoming Survival DLC despite the lack of concrete facts. It seems Ubisoft is vent on making the fans happy especially now that their competitors are thriving.
Tom Clancy’s The Division update 1.4 is expected to be released this month. For now, fans can only hope that the post-apocalyptic shooter will garner enough admiration to propel it higher.
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