Despite all the hiccups that Tom Clancy's The Division is facing, there are still fans who're hoping for the best. Most, if not all of them, believe that the title will soon be bug-free, reclaiming its former glory. While the road to such height is rigorous, it doesn't mean it's impossible. Now that update 1.4 is on its way, here are 3 thing we would want to see.
As previously reported here at iTech Post, lots of Tom Clancy's The Division fans see update 1.4 as the game's ultimate savior. That, in one way or another, it'll bring the game back to its original state -- free from any known bugs and/or glitches. But still, the question is: Will it be enough?
Fixes To Tom Clancy's The Division Glitches, Bugs And Issues
Obviously, these are the main reasons why Tom Clancy's The Division is in serious crisis. Lots of players are complaining about the amount of problems the game is experiencing. And sure enough, the frequent server downtimes are living proof to that. It's safe to say that Ubisoft was keen to addressing the issues. However, they seem to fail every single time they try to unleash fixes. That instead of freeing the game from various exploitations, it seems to introduce more and more. If update 1.4 is really a massive update (otherwise, they won't call for help from the community), then they better prioritize the fixing of bugs and glitches. That, of course, if they still wish for the game to be playable.
Provide Relative Balances To Tom Clancy's The Division Loot System, Gears And Weapons
It's no secret that Tom Clancy's The Division has several issues to offer in terms of in-game balances. There are gears and/or weapons that seem to be quite overpowered than the other. Meanwhile, there are those who simply suck. Moreover, the loot drop system of the game is quite a feat. Fans have been complaining about it in fact, that it should be improved or balanced. Again, if the developers are serious about fixing the title, they better take these things into consideration.
A Good, If Not Better, Tom Clancy's The Division Endgame
As of this writing, the community concretely knows that update 1.4 is meant to fix the issues found in Tom Clancy's The Division. But really, if the devs want to take things a little bit further, why not include a good engame content to it? Seriously though, as reported by Forbes, this is one of the reasons why the title fail to uphold interest. Sure, it's a very engaging shooter game; however, in terms of cementing the hype, it fails to do so. And Massive actually needs to introduce such, most especially that upcoming shooter games like Titanfall 2, Battlefield 1 and Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare are arriving.
What are your thoughts on Tom Clancy's The Division update 1.4? What other sorts of features to you want to see? Do you believe these will make a significant change in the game? Share us what you think at the comments below!