When Ubisoft first released Tom Clancy's The Division, it instantly became a worldwide hit. It was even deemed as one of the greatest titles of all time, as its player pool increased day by day. Unfortunately, after a series of bugs and glitches, it gradually became a frustration for most fans. Weeks after weeks, the game's official servers were shut down for maintenance. And although the studio has been very keen in pacifying the issues, it wasn't just enough. With such mishap, is it safe to say that the once great title is now not worth playing? Or perhaps the right question would be: is it nearing its end?
Just recently, a Tom Clancy's The Division event called State of the Game took place. It was meant to discuss, well, the current state of the game. Here, fans will get to learn anything related to the title -- from an ongoing feature to any possible bug fixes, among others.
However, much to the surprise of many Tom Clancy's The Division fans, the occasion was all about Ubisoft Massive admitting the broken state of the game. That, in one way or another, it is relatively overwhelmed with several bugs and errors, as reported by Tech News Today. Add to that, they currently have no profound solution to offer.
Sure, the studio -- as what they always do -- promises to work on making Tom Clancy's The Division less exhilarating; however, it's no late night news that it'll take the devs a good amount of time to fix everything. After all, the title, believe it or not, is just greatly exploited by bugs and glitches.
Screen Rant, on the other hand, noted that Tom Clancy's The Division is a game that can be easily forgotten. Apart from the ongoing issues it is experiencing, it lacks the value of having sufficient endgame content. Moreover, as what fans continuously say, the game's PvP mode is just plain boring. Well, let alone the repetitive routine it offers.
It is safe to say that the future of Tom Clancy's The Division is murky. It can go down as one of the biggest failures in the history of gaming. That even a great title like it was, as long as it's plagued by issues and bugs, it can fall hard to the ground.
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