It seems that Ubisoft is not yet done with Tom Clancy's The Division, as a new update is set to be available next month. The said updated sees the developer finally adding the necessary changes the players have been waiting for a while now.
Tom Clancy's The Division Will Be Updated Soon
Update 1.6.1 will soon go live in Tom Clancy's The Division. Ubisoft just confirmed that the patch will focus on upgrading the Dark Zone map. The changes will be about restriction in some areas of the map while offering XPs when clearing the land mines.
Players will also no longer be having problems with First Aid and Support Station, as Ubisoft also updated the loots that will not require extractions. According to Gaming Bolt, there will be new patch notes that will be revealed soon.
However, even if it is set to be launched next month, Ubisoft did not announce the official date of when it will go live. In addition, before it will be released, it will be available first on PTS. Players just have to wait for new information regarding the update 1.6.1 for Tom Clancy's The Division.
What Is Next After The Update 1.6.1?
As per Telegiz, the next major update for Tom Clancy's The Division will be update 1.7. However, Ubisoft is planning to release it in July or August. The developer will hold a PTS for both consoles and PC for the very first time.
It is said that update 1.7 will bring exciting features like Season and Feats. But for now, players have to enjoy the events coming in Tom Clancy's The Division. After that, they have to wait for a little while for update 1.6.1
Ubisoft is making Tom Clancy's The Division more exciting than before. Hopefully, the soon-to-be released updates will interest the players even if Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands is already out and enjoyed by other players also.