New 'Tom Clancy's The Division' Update 'Conflict' Fixes Major Issues, Allows Players To Make Others Mad

Just like any other online video games, "Tom Clancy's The Division" did not manage to free itself from various bugs and in-game issues. Well, fortunately, Ubisoft is looking to fix the huge mess with a major update. The "Conflict" update is deemed as the game's biggest savior in the days to come.

According to PC Gamer, only a few days from now, on May 24 exactly, the free update 1.2 called "Conflict" will arrive to "Tom Clancy's The Division" to bring some good stuff. It will introduce a new Incursion, an increased in loot drops for high-end items, four brand new gear setups, a "Dark Zone" bracket for high-level players and the capacity to seize extractions in every "Dark Zone" bracket.

Ubisoft Game Director Petter Mannerfelt said that players of the titular game "Tom Clancy's The Division" will have the ability to interrupt any ongoing extractions. They can simply do this by "cutting the rope" so as to drop all the attached loot bags into the ground. Meaning to say, players will have to defend their extractions from invaders once the "Conflict" update starts rolling.

While snatching extractions is synonymous to being Rogue, it is still a fun thing to do as players will have the chance to make people mad in the Internet Realm. Besides, this is something people have always wanted to do in the first place.

Meanwhile, Tech Times cites that the forthcoming "Tom Clancy's The Division" update will also introduce a new end-game activity called High Value Targets (HVT). From here, players will be able to accept various missions in hopes to take these kinds of targets. The only catch, however, is that they have to meet a certain item level requirement so they can join the said activity.

It should be noted that the High Value Targets in the "Conflict" update for "Tom Clancy's The Division" are quite powerful and that players are only given a single chance to take them out. But if they are successful, they will be given some great in-game rewards.

The new update "Conflict" for "Tom Clancy's The Division" is expected to arrive on May 24 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC platforms. Not only will it be the second, but it is also the last major and free update from Ubisoft.

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