"Tom Clancy's The Division," the online open world RGP shooter by Ubisoft, just turned one last March 8. To celebrate the milestone, the developer hosted a week-long event bringing in tons of cool stuff for gamers to enjoy.
However, Ubisoft is not stopping there. In a recent State of the Game update posted on the game's official site, the developer revealed exciting things that will be coming to "Tom Clancy's The Division."
There are two updates already line up for the second year. The first will be the "Tom Clancy's The Division" summer update which will introduce seasons, loadouts and new features into the game.
A second "The Division" update is likewise slated to arrive later this year. At the moment, Ubisoft declined to even give hints on what it could contain saying that they are not yet ready to reveal as plans are yet to be finalized.
The recent "Tom Clancy's The Division" 1.6 update opened up a larger Dark Zone and introduced two new modes named Last Stand and Incursion. In addition, the update offered new backpacks, clothing and weapons skins in what could be a bid to encourage microtransactions. They could be availed in bundles named "Most Popular" or "Best Value."
However, not everybody is pleased with the new aesthetic enhancements. According to PC Gamer, the new enhancements, which is priced between $1 to $5, to be a little expensive especially since the designs are a bit "underwhelming." Ubisoft did manage to soften the blow by giving out 200 "The Division" premium credits.
The good thing is that Ubisoft is genuinely concerned on what "Tom Clancy's The Division" gamers think. The developer plans of holding another Elite Task Force soon to allow players to give their feedback that might hopefully be taken into consideration before the next "The Division" summer update arrives.
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