Ubisoft En Route To Make 'Tom Clancy's The Division' Bug-Free? Most Glitches, Issues Fixed

"Tom Clancy's The Division" has been in the spotlight lately, as fans continue to complain about glitches and issues. But after the servers went down for a scheduled maintenance, a couple of fixes were introduced. This alone somehow project the possibility that Ubisoft has finally found a way to make the game bug-free. Nonetheless, it is still worth investigating.

According to Tech News Today, the changes that arrived to "Tom Clancy's The Division" are mostly focused on game-breaking issues and glitches. More so, it covered the so-called Underground Operations. Many believe that, in one way or another, the studio has finally succeeded in making the title bug-free - at least for the time being.

"Tom Clancy's The Division" Underground Operations, in particular, are efficiently optimized, resulting to only a few minor bugs left. But of course, since the title is in the open-world category, anything can be expected.

As for "Tom Clancy's The Division" players who are fond of using glitches to their advantage can no longer make it happen. Reports suggest that these exploitations (adding locked directives and acquiring great loot, among others) are already pacified in Underground Operations. Even if gamers try to, they will only be trapped inside the base, unabling them to conduct ops.

It should be noted that the "Tom Clancy's The Division" servers were put down in preparation for the coming title's paid DLCs, as reported by Parent Herald. The contents are deemed to be "Survival" and "Last Stand," both of which are slated for release in summer and winter this year, respectively.

The fixes done to "Tom Clancy's The Division" could be a huge start towards the betterment of the game and stable gaming experience. This is certainly something that should bring hope to the many disappointed fans. After all, the game is one of the best titles so far, so seeing it rot in glitches and bugs is definitely not pleasing.

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