Players of "Tom Clancy's The Division" are reportedly not happy with how things are going. Most of them are particularly complaining about the game's PvP "Dark Zone" and the way it is designed. And while fans continue to clamor for change, it looks like Ubisoft has prepared a new treat for them -- the 1.2 update, that is.
According to Design & Trend, "Tom Clancy's The Division" draws negative impressions from gamers and fans alike, as the game's "Dark Zone" is swamped with griefing. That with the way the PvP system is designed, players can simply opt to going rogue whenever they want.
Griefing, in video games, is basically the act of provoking or irritating other players. It can be done through the use of construction, destruction and/or social engineering.
As for "The Division's" "Dark Zone" arena, it has given gamers the freedom to become irresponsible. They pretend to be friendly, betraying supposed teammates and stealing others' loot. These all lead to the game's PvP system being abhorred by most fans.
The sad thing is that those who are killed by rogues are going to be penalized due to unfortunate performance in the field. Eventually, it gives them a decrease in stats. It is safe to say that griefing along with in-game issues have severely damaged the reputation of "Dark Zone" for most of the players.
Meanwhile, as reported by Parent Herald, the upcoming "Tom Clancy's The Division" update 1.2 is just a matter of time before it is going to be released. Although Ubisoft has yet to announce an official release date, the said patch is believed to introduce lots of changes for the game.
Update 1.2 is said to bring a fix to the Phoenix Credits Cap, allowing players to hold a total of 2,000 credits compared to the current 1,000 limit. Although it will not introduce any major changes to weapons, it will instead carry new updates to gears and talents -- both of which can still significantly affect the weaponry and armor of users.
Although "Tom Clancy's The Division" update 1.2 did not reveal any major details yet, it seems it will not cover the "Dark Zone" griefing.