Tom Clancy's The Division is now available for a measly price of less than $20. It is unknown if this is due to the bugs and glitches that plague the game, but those who are still interested in buying the title despite its many issues are in for a treat.
Amazon Cuts Price Of Tom Clancy's The Division
Amazon is now selling a brand new physical copy of Tom Clancy's The Division for $15.84. A used copy is even cheaper at only $14.26. This does not include the cost of shipping fees, but Prime members get the usual free two-day shipping. A digital copy is also available, but at its original price of $49.99.
According to Daily Dot, Tom Clancy's The Division was previously available for a sale price of $17.57 on Oct. 17. This means that the price was further dropped by $2 in a span of three days. Many reports are speculating that this is due to their low confidence in the upcoming 1.4 patch.
Tom Clancy's The Division 1.4 Patch Is Out Soon
In other news, the Public Test Server (PTS) recently wrapped up. With this and the freshly cut prices, Ubisoft is now gearing towards the final launch of the 1.4 patch. It is expected to fix several bugs and bring much-needed updates to the game.
So far, the reception has been good. Per Ubisoft, the 1.4 PTS was a huge success.
"We've seen overwhelming success with it so far thanks to the community involvement," the statement reads, "and will definitely be utilizing this for future Updates."
Amid the numerous issues within the game, players have been happy with it so far. Many have pegged the game as a must-try. With the Tom Clancy's The Division 1.4 patch coming up, players will be treated to a more enjoyable and unique experience.