'Tom Clancy's The Division' DLC 'Underground' Arrives With Issues, Gamer Speaks Out What Needs To Be Fixed

The latest "Tom Clancy's The Division" titled "Underground" has finally arrived. However, to the dismay of fans, it introduced a number of issues. Basically, players are having a hard time accessing it. In hopes to address the issue, a known player in the industry revealed the possible solution to the situation.

According to Neurogadget, fans are having a bit of a problem accessing the new "Tom Clancy's The Division" expansion pack. The availability of "Underground," which is the first ever paid DLC for the title, seems to be a hard fish to catch.

Aside from the aforementioned issues, "Tom Clancy's The Division" players are also reportedly facing bugs as well. Take note, these all happened despite the arrival of a new update called 1.3. To mak matters worse it even brought in a handful of glitches.

Well, these kinds of problems are not really new to "Tom Clancy's The Division" players. After all, they have a fair share of experience since the release of previous DLCs. Certainly, these issues have totally messed up the in-game experience, thus Ubisoft must take necessary steps.

From the queuing phase taking a long period of time to not being able to connect online, these are just a few of the glitches "Tom Clancy's The Division" fans are experiencing. Hence the company is reaping flak from the community. The studio, however, has already iterated their plans to tackle the problems.

Meanwhile, Parent Herald reports that Paul Tassi, a Forbes contributor and a self-claimed game fan, revealed some essential fixes to the said "Tom Clancy's The Division" DLC that the studio should consider. One is that Ubisoft must put all of the game's Gear Sets in the loot pool. More so, the studio is urged to take definite actions towards the issue about the mismatched gearscore requirements intended for the drops.

Tassi also elaborated how farming in "Tom Clancy's The Division" particularly in "Underground" should have more rewards. From gears to weapons, the game developers should be generous in terms of this stuff. Otherwise, as he claimed, what is the point of going into dungeons after dungeons.

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