"Tom Clancy's The Division" gamers and fans are certainly in great joy, as the much awaited "Conflict" update has arrived. Sure enough, it has lived up to its expectations -- offering a handful of cool features.
According to Gamespot, the said update came with "Clear Sky," which is a brand new Incursion. Being set in the so-called Columbus Circle, "Tom Clancy's The Division" players must ensure that their level is at least 30 in order to conduct a raid (composed of four members).
In the "Conflict" update, the developers have enabled Hard Mode. However, the Challenge mode is yet to be activated.
In terms of the PvE Content, fans of "Tom Clancy's The Division" can now take out various High-Level Targets. They are also treated to the Search and Destroy quests. Moreover, "Dark Zone" is now equipped with a brand new feature called "Hijack." It brought a huge change, allowing players to both cut the extraction rope and interfere others' attempts.
"Tom Clancy's The Division" new update "Conflict" also made the entire loot system a lot more generous. Players can totally expect to acquire far better loot quality and quantity.
Eurogamer reports that the aforesaid update has also fixed a major bug in "Tom Clancy's The Division." The long-running bug that allowed players to stack talent effects, something that is done by quickly and consistently equipping and unequipping. As a result, characters were given buff so as to acquire unobtainable levels easily.
It is worth noting that Ubisoft admitted the lack of content, referring to "Tom Clancy's The Division" end-game content. So as an attempt to regain the interest of its fan base, the studio introduced the new Incursion along with other new features.
"Tom Clancy's The Division" new update "Conflict" has already been rolled out to Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. Ubisoft is said to release three more expansions (only that they come in prices), namely, "Underground," "Survival" and "Last Stand."