Tom Clancy's The Division Underground DLC has recently arrived in PlayStation 4. It first came to Xbox One and PC for almost a month already. And most certainly, it is one of the biggest update yet for Sony's console. The problem, however, is the issues it is currently facing - one of which is its accessibility.
According to GamingBolt, some The Division players are complaining about being unable to access the said DLC - let alone getting any further progress. And yes, this happened the moment the content was made available for PS4.
The official Twitter page of The Division revealed that, in some countries, Underground might not just be available. This is for the sole reason that the said downloadable content will only be released "progressively in each region."
[PS4] The DLC might not be displayed for download yet in some countries as it will be made available progressively in each region
— The Division (@TheDivisionGame) August 2, 2016
Apart from that, The Division Underground is also having issues in terms of Delta errors. Fortunately, Ubisoft was quick to notice, stating that investigations are currently conducted. For now, though, the aforesaid error when accessing the game is yet to be fixed.
Given the situation, it is safe to say that most players will have to wait a little bit longer prior to The Division Underground going live. Well, this is most especially to the ones located in North America.
In its most organic form, The Division Underground DLC offers a bunch of new features. Along with update 1.3, players are introduced to new gear sets and a couple of uniquely named weapon, as reported by VG247.
Moreover, the said The Division DLC brings in a couple of gameplay change and balances. And take note: the update is so big that it actually changes most of the game's meta. On a particular note, weapon recalibration is changed, while some new sets of weapon talents and gears are nerfed. All the more, these changes are expected to further make the game a bit more interesting and exciting.