Tom Clancy’s The Division New Update Brings Exciting Changes To Rewards System And More!

By JEV | 2 years ago
Tom Clancy’s The Division New Update Brings Exciting Changes To Rewards System And More!

The new update for Tom Clancy’s The Division brought some new exciting changes to the third person shooter game, especially on its rewards system.

The update on Tom Clancy’s The Division is great news for players, particularly those who are getting more repeats. The servers went down on Thursday for about three hours to implement these updates.

The latest patch fixed an issue in the game’s Heroic difficulty. The bug allows players to initiate 1 Phase Operations by pressing key combinations on their device.

All the new gear sets from Update 1.1 and Update 1.2 are now included in the rewards from Underground Operation Directives. Players will also have a chance to get additional loot when they complete Operations with more than four Directives.

In addition, the rewards from Underground Sealed Caches will now include all Underground and Update 1.3 gear sets, including all weapon types.

Player will now have an increased drop rate in all difficulties on named NPCs in the Underground.  And they can have a better chance at greater quality gear when they choose multiple phase operations.

Alex at Arekkz Gaming gives video explanation of the update, courtesy of GameRant. Here is the video:

These changes are currently available for PC and Xbox One. Players of PS4 will have to wait a little more from Ubisoft’s announcement.

After Underground, there will be two more upcoming expansion packs namely, Survival and Last Stand. Also, some additional changes will expectantly arrive on the game in the near future.

Meanwhile, the film adaptation of Tom Clancy’s The Division is reportedly continuing to roll out. Latest news about the movie is veteran actress Jessica Chastain is in talks with Ubisoft about the film.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Jessica Chastain and Ubisoft are in negotiations to join Jake Gyllenhaal in the film adaptation of the game. Gyllenhaal is co-producing the film along with Gerard Guillemot of Ubisoft.

Two games from Ubisoft have made it to a motion picture.  Assassin’s Creed starring Michael Fassbender will release this September. The film now is in post production stage.  Splinter Cell stars Tom Hardy.

Tom Clancy’s The Division is available forPS4, Xbox One, and PC.

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Photo Source: Facebook/The Division


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