'Tom Clancy's The Division' Latest News & Update: Survival DLC Shows Great Promise, Says Reviews; PS4 Fans Get Patch 1.5? Gameplay Details
"Tom Clancy's The Division" apparently has a lot of following up to do, with the title apparently still apparently missing from one particular platform. Despite such, not everything about the post-apocalyptic title is considered negative, as there are some that may have found parts of it quite enjoyable.
Ubisoft fans may recognize "Tom Clancy's The Division" as one that received quite the heat in the past, given the many flaws that were forwarded to the company. After the release of Dark Zone, which seemed to have propelled the game a little higher to the top, fans are looking at the next big things that the company will bring.
Recent reports revealed that this expectation was somewhat surpassed by the "Tom Clancy's The Division" Survival DLC or downloadable content update. Multiple reviews claimed that the DLC has its own take on the difficulties of as the title says, surviving, in almost every aspect possible. Such involves weapons, weather conditions and hunger, which determines who among the players could remain in the game.
This may not be the case, however, for all "Tom Clancy's The Division" players, as some patches for the game has not reached everyone just yet. It was reported by YouTuber Arekkz that patch 1.5 may soon be available to the PlayStation 4, as it was known to have been deprived of the said console previously. If the claim is indeed correct, fans can look at the said version to surface in a few days from the time of this writing. That being said, fans can withhold the thought and potentially end the grueling wait soon enough.
Recent rumors for "Tom Clancy's The Division" says that fans may be dreading on the 30-day Xbox One exclusivity's end before receiving any news. Apparently, this may not be the matter and fans might be able to get it earlier as aforementioned.
"Tom Clancy's The Division" has been labelled by fans as one the best franchises ever made by Ubisoft to date. It can be compared to the relative "Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands" that is yet to surface, but has already alleviated itself from the apparent competition. Make sure to let us know your thoughts on comments section and stay tuned for more updates here at GamenGuide.