Tom Clancy’s The Division has been facing some issues ever since its launch. The glitches and bugs have been troubling the fans. It did affect the popularity of the game to some extent. Even then, many are still waiting for Ubisoft to come out with the fixes. They are ready to buy it with the latest updates.
Fans are wondering, why the game developer decided to drop its price? Does the game publisher fear lack of response to the new patch?
The game developer is trying to fix issues related to Tom Clancy’s The Division. The technicians are trying their best to do the best and make the fans happy. Apart from releasing a PTS patch for four weeks, Ubisoft also now has cut down the prices for the game. The game developer recently wrapped up the Public Test Server indicating that it will make available the game sooner.
Physical Copy Available @ $17.57?
Fans would be delighted to know that Tom Clancy’s The Division across PS4 platform is now available only for $17.57. However, the offer is only available online on Amazon for the video game’s physical copy. The digital counterpart of the popular Ubisoft game even now costs $49.99, reports GameNGuide.
If you want to buy the game, do it now as it is available at the best ever price online. Ubisoft launched The Division State of the Game last week. It will focus on features such as loot changes and will be a part of the upcoming Tom Clancy’s The Division Patch 1.4. The game developer recently revealed through Steam Community the changes they made in the game after the four week PTS.
They made new changes on Health on Kill, Double XP, Ballistic Shield and Difficulty. For the last Difficulty part, the game developer focused on the way Underground Challenge Mode may scale along with the group size against the enemy health. The change in Difficulty is not based on the quantity of enemy.
Fans are expecting a lot more changes and a highly updated video game when it comes with the new patch. Will the new version of Tom Clancy’s The Division fulfill their expectations?
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