It's no secret that Tom Clancy's The Division is among the games that is heavily exploited by bugs and glitches. The amount of issues it has is so massive that it affected its overall popularity. Now that developer Massive has embarked on a journey to fix the title, is it safe to say that update 1.4 could just be the savior everyone is waiting for?
Since time immemorial, Tom Clancy's The Division encountered countless server downtimes. These were meant, of course, for maintenance. Nevertheless, most were done as a mean to tackle ongoing issues and whatnots.
As previously reported here at iTech Post, the developers behind Tom Clancy's The Division sought help from the community. The idea was to create a team -- called the Elite Task Force -- and take on a mission to fix the game in Sweden where Massive is based. In one way or another, this has pumped the hopes of fans, as they see it as a huge step forward.
During the State of the Game of Tom Clancy's The Divison, community developer Hamish Bode mentioned about the title being in a broken state. That, in order for it to reclaim its former glory, a good amount of work needs to be done. And sure enough, the task is quite large that the studio had to work alongside the community.
The mission to fix Tom Clancy's The Division in Sweden was a move for the devs to come up with a solution via the upcoming update 1.4. The good thing is, the developers are determined to patch things up from there. So, in one way or another, the said update could just be the solution fans have been clamoring for.
However, as what Forbes mentioned, Tom Clancy's The Division needs more than just update 1.4. That the issue with the game is not just about bugs and glitches. If the developers really want to take the title to a whole new level, they must consider creating an impressive endgame content. After all, the problems cover the likes of raids, gear sets and loot drops, among others, too.
What do you think about the current state of Tom Clancy's The Division? Do you believe that update 1.4 could actually be the solution to its ongoing issues? What fixes do you want to see being developed? Let us know at the comment section below!