New 'Tom Clancy's The Division' Update Enhances Drop Rates, Includes Gear Sets From Previous Patches

Ubisoft has made "Tom Clancy's The Division" a little bit more interesting, thanks to a new update. It brought in some new changes to the game, particularly on the rewards system. Now, old gear sets present from the previous patches are accessible, while the title's drop rates get a major improvement.

According to VG247, "Tom Clancy's The Division" servers recently went offline. This actually paved the way for a new update, which the studio recently released. And most certainly, a couple of noticeable changes happened.

For "Tom Clancy's The Division" players who are fond of collecting gears, the newly arrived patch should be a treat. The game's so-called Underground Operation Directive reward system now has all the gears found in both update 1.1 and 1.2.

Apart from the said "Tom Clancy's The Division" gear sets, the brand new patch also brought changes to the in-game reward loot system. Players now have the opportunity to acquire more loot. And this is something that they can do once the Operations (with a total of four Directives) are finished.

Inquisitr, on the other hand, notes that the new "Tom Clancy's The Division" update include all weapon types from the Underground sealed caches. The studio made it expandable so as to offer the 1.3 gear sets as well.

It should be noted that the "Tom Clancy's The Division" DLC Underground is currently available to PC and Xbox One. Hence owners of PlayStation 4 console have to wait a little bit to experience the vast changes. Ubisoft has yet to announce the arrival of the aforementioned update to Sony's system.

Furthermore, the recent update to "Tom Clancy's The Division" affected the game's NPCs. Now, players who are able to defeat them will have the chance to get an increased drop rate. Take note, this effects all the difficulty levels. If they are able to complete various phases, they will be rewarded with gears that have increased quality.

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