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The first major content update will be released for Ubisoft's, Tom Clancy's The Division, in the next few days!In this new patch they are including End-Game activities and character gear and gear sets with scores of 204 (level 32).
For those who are familiar with the game’s weekly scheduled maintenance, you should once again expect servers to go down on April 12 at 3am ET / 12am PT with its downtime expected to take place for approximately 3 hours.According to Ubisoft, the patch size will range from 4GB to 4.
There are multiple reports popping up this evening that the latest patch for Ubisoft’s The Division has, for an unlucky few on Xbox One, resulted in the demise of their character.All the reports are similar; some players on Xbox One (PS4 and PC seem unaffected) log into the game following the update only to find that their character is no longer available to select.
The problem is, once people in New York know there’s something like smallpox there, they really, really want to leave.If the risk of death is higher than the risk of a smallpox attack, the right cost-benefit choice is not to vaccinate.
Just in time for today's update
Following up from a story first published here on pX just 10 days ago, Ubisoft have released a new trailer showing the free v1.1 update in action for Tom Clancy's The Division.
Scheduled to open during the second quarter of 2016, Ubisoft Philippines will work with other Ubisoft studios to help develop "AAA console games", with plans to hire up to 50 people within its first year.It'll also have "close ties" to Ubisoft Singapore, the publisher says, with "a number" of that studio's employees transferring across "to train Ubisoft Philappines' new recruits".
Whether you prefer to take hostages or free them, you can do it at no cost for a few days.Ubisoft is making Rainbow Six Siege available for free this weekend on Steam.
The real-world forum war centers around bugs, changes to the endgame economy, and a handful of exploits found in the new endgame “Incursion” mission.They’re coming in the aftermath of the game’s first major, free post-release update, which hit last week.
These will be handed out to players sometime within the next two weeks.The developer is also compensating Agents with 150 Phoenix Credits if they play this weekend due to the daily missions bug that popped up prior to the release of the 1.
Is it possible to find and punish exploiters?The question that remains is how are they going to find and punish such exploiters?
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.The exploit requires you to have a specific talent on your gun—the “Competent” talent, which briefly boosts DPS after triggering any ability.
Role-playing as a tough military officer in The Division, while the other players have no idea what’s going on?That could end up really badly, or it could be a fun run.
Ubisoft’s caveman adventure Far Cry Primal has been one of the stranger, more beguiling games of 2016.If you’re willing to start a new game to try it, it makes things much more interesting.
Today sees a surprise announcement from Ubisoft, with the reveal of a new fantasy-themed strategy game.Champions of Anteria looks to offer a different twist on RTS through a combination of hero-focused unit play, upgradeable home strongholds, and learning the ways to interweave five distinct elemental power sets.
Now, things are reaching breaking point with the discovery of a new damage exploit allowing players to kill anything in the game, including other players, in just a few shots.Using a specific High-End weapon talent called Competent and a bit of button bashing in the weapon inventory, players can deliver DPS (Damage Per Second) ranging in the Millions once a sticky bomb or first aid skill is activated.