There is big news for PS4 players. Tom Clancy’s The Division has finally received Update 1.3 software patch, Ubisoft Massive’s latest update for the third-person shooter video game’s PS4 players today.
The Division’s latest update on PS4 is reportedly a 10.1GB download, but before it hits PlayStation 4, Ubisoft Massive has taken the game’s servers offline for three hours of maintenance on all platforms.
According to GameRant, the update addresses issues where the game’s High-Value Target NPC (non-playable characters) were capped at level 30 maximum. Additionally, it also fixed instances of server instability that could lead to players being disconnected from the game server. the update also addressed a farming bug that allowed players who died after defeating the final encounter to repeat it and gain loot again.
In addition to the game fixes and bugs, today’s update also added some exciting features for the game, where it introduced a new “Heroic” mode as well as a new game feature called “Procedural Generated Levels.”
Developed by Ubisoft Massive, Tom Clancy’s The Division is an online-only open world third-person shooter video game for PC, PS4 and Xbox One gamers. The game is set in dystopian New York City, an open world with destructive environments that are free for players to explore.
Tom Clancy’s “The Division: Underground” DLC is currently available on PC and Xbox One platforms only due to the time exclusivity deal between Ubisoft and Microsoft, but reports said that PS4 gamers will now get a chance to experience the new content this month.
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