On Tuesday Ubisoft said its Swedish game studio Massive will lead the development of a game set in the world of James Cameron’s Avatar. That left some people, including us, wondering what that meant for the future of The Division, the 2016 Massive-led co-op third-person shooter that got its last, announced expansion…
Ubisoft Massive has shared yet more information about updates coming to The Division. This time they’re talking about the 1.6 update, which will accompany the next expansion. It’ll increase the size of the Dark Zone, add a new difficulty level, and more.
Ubisoft Massive has shared a bunch of new details about The Division’s upcoming Last Stand expansion, which adds a structured new PvP game mode to the Dark Zone. They’ll be announcing a simultaneous release date for all platforms “soon,” and season pass holders will get to test it out early on a public test server.
The Division’s terrific $15 Survival expansion is now available on PS4. It’s been out for PC and Xbox One for a month, and we really like it. Read our Xbox One impressions for a breakdown of how it transforms the game.
As they did last summer, the makers of The Division are inviting fans to provide in-person feedback regarding some changes to the game. This time, they’re flying fans to Red Storm in North Carolina this January in preparation for changes to The Division’s most controversial component: The Dark Zone. More info here.
The lengthy notes detailing the changes in The Division’s big 1.4 patch last month did not mention the removal of a computer-controlled character who sobbed incessantly. But 1.4 removed her from the Ubisoft game, by popular request.
The forthcoming Survival expansion for Ubisoft’s huge third-person open-world shooter The Division will turn the game into a treacherous multiplayer survival game in which hunger, heat and thirst are as deadly as any enemies roaming the game’s virtual New York City. The game’s developers explained the ambitious mode…
Ubisoft’s third-person shooter The Division has been one of 2016's most interesting successes and one of its worst fiascoes. The people who make it now hope it can also be the year’s best comeback story.
Ubisoft is one step closer to releasing October’s sweeping 1.4 patch for the promising but faltering The Division. For now, PC players can try it on a public test server. Read the lengthy patch notes for the PC PTS version. Or just download it and play (here’s how). Better loot drops in the Underground? Huzzah!
A lengthy new blog post from the developers of The Division outlines major changes being made to character stats, skills and gear as part of the big October 1.4 patch that’s intended to make the endgame fun. The update, including big changes being made to popular skills like Smart Cover, will be playable on a public…
Acknowledging that their game has major problems especially in its endgame, the creators of the once-hot Division said in a livestream today that they will prioritize the release of an October patch to make their game better.
The Division’s Underground DLC is now out on PS4. If you’re having trouble accessing it, the Division subreddit has a post rounding up known issues and fixes. Go forth into the subway tunnels, PS4 players, and shoot lots of dudes.
This week, The Division got its first major expansion. It adds some pretty cool stuff to the game, but I’ve been having a hard time getting into it. Turns out once you’ve fallen off the Division train, it’s hard to get back on.
Ubisoft has posted patch notes for The Division’s 1.3 update, which will accompany tomorrow’s Underground DLC.
Tom Clancy’s The Division has been having a rough go of it lately, with cheaters and exploiters toppling its endgame balance and leaving legit players feeling burned. In a new post on the company blog, Ubisoft Massive has outlined new detection methods and increased punishments for cheaters and exploiters alike.
The Division has already been having a rough week, and things just keep getting rougher: A newly found exploit lets players temporarily boost their gun’s damage output to game-breaking levels.
In Tom Clancy’s The Division, there’s a war on the streets. There’s a war on the message boards and in the forums, too. This game is having a tough time all around.
There’s something uniquely horrid about the prospect of biological warfare. There’s the obvious: diseases like ebola are strong candidates for the very worst way a person can die. Then there’s the careless, wanton nature of the destruction: unlike other weapons, you can’t ‘aim’ a plague.