On Tuesday Ubisoft said its Swedish game studio Massive will lead the development of a game set in the world of James Cameron's Avatar. That left some people, including us, wondering what that meant for the future of The Division, the 2016 Massive-led co-op third-person shooter that got its last, announced expansion also on Tuesday. Not to worry, Ubisoft says.
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As they did before, the makers of The Division are inviting fans to provide in-person feedback regarding some changes to the game.
The lengthy notes detailing the changes in The Division's big 1.4 patch last month did not mention the removal of a computer-controlled character who sobbed incessantly. But 1.4 removed her from the Ubisoft game, by popular request.
The forthcoming Survival expansion for Ubisoft's huge third-person open-world shooter The Division will turn the game into a treacherous multiplayer survival game in which hunger, heat and thirst are as deadly as any enemies roaming the game's virtual New York City. The game's developers explained the surprisingly ambitious mode during a surprise livestream on Monday night - and they announced that it will be playable for some PC players today.
Tom Clancy's The Division has been having a rough go of it lately, with cheaters and exploiters toppling its endgame balance and leaving legit players feeling burned. In a new post on the company blog, Ubisoft Massive has outlined new detection methods and increased punishments for cheaters and exploiters alike.
The Division has already been having a rough week, and things just keep getting rougher: A newly found exploit lets players temporarily boost their gun's damage output to game-breaking levels.