Tom Clancy's The Division's player base in the launch of the game has been large, making it one of the highest numbers in the history of gaming. However, as months go by, the number of players dwindled down. Ubisoft introduced a lot of new updates to the game in order to recover from the sudden decrease. Recently, Ubisoft's Anne Blondel announced that the game has recovered, earning tons of players again.
After the recent all-time low of the game's usage, Ubisoft's Anne Blondel now says that the game recently got recovered from that problem. Blondel also said that it was because of the recent updates they did to the game, such as the patch 1.4. She also confirmed in another statement that the Tom Clancy's The Division's player base was not that high as the game's number of players during the launch, but only increasing as the months go by.
"Some players left the game earlier than what we thought, then we had to make that tough call - do we keep providing them with extra content or do we stop everything for a while, settle down, fix everything and then once the game is where it should be, then we start providing more content," she said.
Blondel expressed that the team is happy with the feedback of the community. Due to this, it is safe to say that concerns are now being quickly addressed in hopes that Tom Clancy's The Division's player base will continue to grow and even surpass the initial high of the game's launch.
Tom Clancy's The Division encountered a major dip in daily usage before. Many factors played into its downfall, such as the cheaters, the unbalanced gameplay and lack of updates. These overshadowed the huge potential of the game, but now it seems that it is back on track to being one of the greatest multiplayer titles in history.
Tom Clancy's The Division is available to play on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.