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The Division DLC Delayed, Ubisoft Acknowledges "Lingering Issues"

News Bot Aug 25, 2016

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    News Bot Chaos Immortal

    The Division's upcoming expansions have been delayed, Ubisoft announced today.
    Survival, the game's second add-on, is moving until a "later date this year," while the third expansion, Last Stand, will now come out in early 2017. Ubisoft announced these changes in a blog post.
    "This new schedule will not only enable us to strengthen the core experience before adding new content, but also continuously improve it by allowing for more production time to ensure the quality of future updates as well," the developer explained.
    The Division's first expansion, Underground, came out in July. DLC for The Division is released first on Xbox One as part of a timed-exclusivity deal between Microsoft and Ubisoft. Survival was previously pegged to come out this summer, while Last Stand was expected this winter.
    In its blog post, Ubisoft said it's been an "incredible" six months since The Division saw its record-breaking release in March. However, it has become clear that the overall Division experience has been "affected by lingering issues that have accumulated since release."
    As a result of fan feedback and Ubisoft's own observations, the studio is adjusting its focus to instead make its priority "improving the core gameplay experience" instead of releasing new content.
    To that end, Ubisoft is now working on a new update, 1.4, which will make a lot of fixes and improvements. As outlined in this Ubisoft blog post, the focus of 1.4 is on this points:

    • Fixing bugs, including those listed in our Known Issues as well as many other ones
    • Making loot drops more relevant to the player
    • Enemy difficulty and time to kill
    • Gear Sets and weapons balancing
    • Solo player experience
    • Dark Zone and PvP balancing
    • Quality of life additions based on community suggestions (such as weapon skins no longer taking inventory space)


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