From one article to another, "Tom Clancy's The Division" is defined as one of the most highly celebrated games of today. After all, it has a huge following to prove it. While there is every reason for Ubisoft to be really happy, it might be best for them to keep those champagnes and laughs away. The game turns out to be a failure, as it continues to reap negative reviews on Steam. Could this be due to the many exploitations and in-game issues? Well, it is worth investigating.
According to Destructoid, the overall "Tom Clancy's The Division" Steam reviews are relatively mixed over the course of four months since its launching. As of this writing, it accumulated a total of 27,409 reviews, with only 54 percent of them being positive.
Sad thing, though, is that the latest 1,582 reviews given over the last 30 days acted like a dagger. These numbers have given "Tom Clancy's The Division" a Steam metric "Overwhelmingly Negative." And not just that, only 16 percent of these reviews were deemed positive. In a sense, it is a huge deluge of negativity.
It is worth noting that Steam automatically features reviews that have been tagged "Most Helpful" over the course of 30 days. Hence the figures are feasible, reliable and up-to-date. With that in mind, it clearly shows just how frustrated "Tom Clancy's The Division" players are with Ubisoft.
Gamezone, on the other hand, notes that there are indeed a great number of "Tom Clancy's The Division" fans that are disappointed with the game. Heck, a player even figuratively explained how they were promised of an Audi only to find out that it was simply a Honda. Then, a couple of days later, it "turned out to be a lemon."
Needless to say, "Tom Clancy's The Division" has been exploited with several issues and bugs since time immemorial. Although the studio has been generous in releasing updates from time to time, it seems the move did not help at all. Had the game turned out to be an acceptable one (at least for the last few months or so), these negative reviews will not be possible.