Tom Clancy's The Division tries to prove that it could be one of the best selling this year. However, some gamers complain about a number of balance issues and exploits. Now, game developer Ubisoft released Patch 1.0.2 to address the problem.
Here's the latest news about The Division update release date and server maintenance.
One of the concerns of the players is the Dark Zone multiplayer arena, which made a bit difficult for players to get their loot out. Good thing, Ubisoft quickly addressed the concerns of the players by releasing a patch. The Division Patch 1.0.2 became available last Tuesday during server maintenance.
The list of changes and tweaks is long, but as Tech Times reported, the patch fixed the issues in Dark Zone multiplayer: namely, Rogue rewards and player healing. Players can now heal non-hostile agents without joining their squad. Additionally, there is an increase in the rewards for surviving Rogue status or taking down Rogue Agents. And also, penalties for dying is reduced.
In addition to the changes in Dark Zone, players can now travel quickly to checkpoints from outside the area. Phoenix credits' drop rate is also improved for level 31 and 32 enemies in the latest patch.
According to International Business Times, a level 30 enemy drops between one to three Phoenix Credits, while a level 31 enemy drops two to four Phoenix Credits and a level 32 enemy drops three to five Phoenix credits. Level 31 and 32 named non-enemies also now drop greater high-end loot in the Dark Zone.
GottBeMobile reported the Division 1.0.2 Update also cuts Bullet King Exploit for good. This issue had been around for the past few days. Players discovered a "loot cave" where Phoenix Credits could be received from an enemy known as the Bullet King located outside the Dark Zone.
The other contents of the patch are reserved for small changes that will improve the gameplay. The new patch also covers most of the concerns of the players from usability of Seeker's Mine to the tweaks for Weapon Talent.
For rest of the patch's content, go to Ubisoft's official forums.
Tom Clancy's The Division was released on March 8, 2016. Since its launching, it drew millions of players around the world. This kind of achievement marks the identity of the brand new franchise from Ubisoft. The Division is an action-packed game that features urban warfare gunplay and online role-playing game mechanics.