Tom Clancy’s The Division Survival Mode Caters 24 Players with Manhattan as Backdrop
Tom Clancy’s The Division Survival mode is out. Although the reviews and response to the new update are yet to be analyzed, the game developer has tried its best to improve what was lacking previously. Ubisoft released the game eight months ago but the huge response could not sustain as complaints of bugs and glitches came forward.
Tom Clancy’s The Division received a huge response on its release. The multiplayer game, however, could not keep up pace with competition from other video games such as Overwatch became tough. Soon most of the players left the game.
That is why, Ubisoft decided to shut the game and introduce it with the latest update. Moreover, it also fixed all the game-related issues such as glitches and bugs that discouraged the users from playing it.
Tom Clancy’s The Division New Patch Update
The new patch of the game titled Survival includes new game mode. Ubisoft intended to launch it initially in summer. However, for unknown reasons the patch took more time to come. According to the game developer, the fixing issues, removing bugs and balancing the overall game took more time.
Ubisoft made the Survival patch available for Xbox One and PC on Nov. 22. The version for PlayStaton will follow at a later date, reports News Every day. Apart from fixing glitches and bugs, Ubisoft also introduced new changes. It includes updating the game to accommodate a large number of players during one session.
Modified Manhattan Version Caters 24 Players
The official page of Ubisoft says that the updated Tom Clancy’s The Division Survival mode will cater up to 24 players. The backdrop of the game is set in a modified version of Manhattan. It will provide the players tougher experience and include dreadful features such as survival mechanics and permanent death for the character of the gamer.
Some other updates include maximum gear score up to 256 and The World Tier 5 bracket enhancements with lever 34 NPCs. With these new changes, Ubisoft is hoping to bring back the players to play Tom Clancy’s The Division.
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