'The Divison' Latest News & Update: More Daily Players Return Said Ubisoft's Vice Prsident Since Patch 1.4

By Jason Glenn , Updated Nov 28, 2016 09:55 PM EST
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After the release of Ubisoft's patch 1.4 for "The Division" last October 25 which took place for three hours on game consoles like PlayStation 4, Xbox One and the PCs. The patches that were assembled to the game, encouraged "The Divison" players who left to return again and play the game.

In the statement released by the PCGamesN, the Vice President of Ubisoft announced that the numbers do daily active players have risen up since the patches were released. "Since the release of patch 1.4, we went back to the daily active users we had at launch, because people were [so impressed]," Anne Blondel said.

The Ubisoft's Vice President discussed on making tough decisions in how they would fix the game's issues for the players of "The Division" will keep on playing. "Do we keep providing them with extra content or do we stop everything for a while, settle down, fix everything, and then once the game is where it should be, then we start providing more content," she added in the interview.

Blondel was also confident the players returned to The Division because of the Ubisoft team's commitment to improve the game further despite the delays on its expansions. Blondel was very proud that "The Division" community was "super happy" about the patches despite the disappointments that the next DLC were pushed back.

"The Division" has also launched some public test servers where some chosen players could play the new features before they are released publicly. GameSpot reported that this is one way where Ubisoft can improve together with the fans.

Patch 1.5 came out right after patch 1.4 together with The Division's newest paid expansion, Survival. The Survival expansion will be released on Xbox One and PC in the next few days. Be sure to check back for latest updates on "The Division" here in GameNGuide.

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