When the Tom Clancy's The Division community was asked to be part of the Sweden Team -- the Elite Task Force -- most of the fans got excited. They finally have a shot to fixing the game -- a journey in which they'll be part of. And just recently, the so-called Public Test Server was announced to be going live next week. With its impending arrival, is it safe to say that game is close to becoming bug-free?
During the Tom Clancy's The Division State of the Game, both Ubisoft and Massive revealed the official release date of the Public Test Server. However, there are various points to be checked. First off, as reported by The Country Caller, the upcoming server is only meant to check the infrastructure of the game's various servers.
The idea behind the infrastructure check is to ensure that the Tom Clancy's The Division servers are stable enough for the upcoming update. This is most especially once the handful of fixes and/or changes have been applied. By doing so, the developers will have a better shot at understanding any ongoing issues in the game.
But of course, there's more to Tom Clancy's The Division Public Test Server. It will only be made accessible for players using the PC platform, somehow limiting the scope. For players who took an effort in being part of the Elite Task Force, they too will have their share in accessing the aforementioned server. Nevertheless, whether or not players joined the Sweden Team, they can access it as long as they're using PC.
Although the above mentioned moves are somehow limited, it's safe to say that they'll bring massive chances to Tom Clancy's The Division. But still, the question remains: will the game be completely bug-free after that? Obviously, the safest answer is no, as the game is just completely overwhelmed with exploitations.
What are your thoughts on Massive's strategies in fixing Tom Clancy's The Division? Do you still believe that the game will be freed from all known bugs and issues? Will it be one of the best games this year despite the hiccups? Let us know what you think at the comment section below!