The developers of "Tom Clancy's The Division" are working rigorously to bring the game's health and hype to their normal levels. The titular third-person shooter game was swamped with various issues and in-game bugs in the recent days. Fortunately, though, Ubisoft has taken abrupt measures to pacify the situation. Meanwhile, a group of players have reportedly created an environment similar to that of "Fight Club."
Just recently, the servers of "Tom Clancy's The Division" have gone offline as Ubisoft scheduled yet another maintenance. The said maintenance was conducted in order to fix several issues, one which includes the Ladder of Death, as reported by Parent Herald.
The said issue seems to have given gamers a fountain of immortality, as their characters tend to not die as long as they stand beside the ladder. Moreover, the developers have implemented a new system that will further improve the game's cheat detection process as well as the punishments for the exploiters.
While Ubisoft have guaranteed the game's improvement, a group of "Tom Clancy's The Division" gamers have discovered a new "thing" in the game. According to Game Rant, the players were able to recreate a "Fight Club" atmosphere, only that it is a bit darker than that of the film.
It should be noted that "Tom Clancy's The Division's" Dark Zone is quite known for bloody activities, as players come there for one common goal -- to take on high-level bosses among others. However, this time around, it is a bit different.
A Reddit user by the name of DragonElie47 revealed that he and his bunch of guy friends found themselves seemingly recreating the scenes of Chuck Palahniuk's "Fight Club." They have convinced other players in the game to participate in their own brawling match. And the rules? No throwing of grenades or any other consumable weapons, signature skills and cover -- all of these are not allowed. Outside of these, it is to kill or be killed.
It seems that the "Fight Club" phenomenon is an interesting event for "Tom Clancy's The Division" fans to join in. And yes, they can always try to. The video below shows how the gamers do it.