Tom Clancy's The Division Players Can Start Testing Upcoming Updates, Patches Next Week

The highly anticipated Public Test Server for Tom Clancy's The Division is finally on schedule. It's set to allow players to access any forthcoming contents, updates or features prior to their respective release dates. This is basically part of Massive's goal to bring the game back to its former glory -- a triumph they want to achieve via update 1.4.

According to Ubisoft's official forum site, the developers of Tom Clancy's The Division confirmed the new launch date of the game's Public Test Server. It is slated to commence next week, particularly on September 26. The said server is said to feature a version of the game that includes brand new updates, all of which are made ready before their release.

The goal of the Tom Clancy's The Division Public Test Server is to let the community test any upcoming patches or features. That way, before these are officially unleashed, they have been filtered out. Simply put, their official release on the title are guaranteed to be working as they should be.

It's worth noting that the aforementioned Tom Clancy's The Division was meant for release back in September 13. However, to the dismay of fans, it was delayed. The studio had to make the decision, stating that the necessary content they need are yet to be finished.

Polygon notes that only Tom Clancy's The Division players who have the PC version of the title will gain access to it. However, it would still require them to download a separate version of the game. Moreover, any progress done on the server won't be saved and/or transferred to the official game.

With the impending release of Tom Clancy's The Division Public Test Server, players can expect to face a couple of bugs and issues. After all, it was developed specifically for these exploits. Furthermore, players can start providing feedback to Ubisoft starting September 22.

What are your thoughts on Tom Clancy's The Division Public Test Server? Are you on the PC platform? What are your expectations? Tell us at the comment section below!

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