'Tom Clancy's The Division' News & Update: Ubisoft Doing Their Best to Fix Bugs and Glitches; 'Survival' DLC Launch Will Be Delayed?

By Maui , Updated Aug 26, 2016 12:35 PM EDT

The open world third person shooter video game "Tom Clancy's The Division" was released last March 8, 2016 globally. The game "The Division" is one of best games released this year. But there are many complaints recently about it

There are many players complaining about the "Tom Clancy's The Division" bugs and glitches. Players are now very disappointed about these problems. According to iTechPost, "Tom Clancy's The Division" servers are always getting maintenance issues and it seems like the guys in Ubisoft are doing their best to fix the problems about the bugs and glitches.

There are many players around the world that has stopped playing "Tom Clancy's The Division" because of the poor support, bad end game, tons of bugs and glitches. Players are now hoping that Ubisoft will release a new DLC for "Tom Clancy's The Division" and that this new DLC will get rid of the issues.

The state of the game "Tom Clancy's The Division" is currently broken. Even Ubisoft admitted that it will take a lot of time for them to fix all the problems and complaints.

However, the expected "Tom Clancy's The Division" DLC is going to be called "Survival," the upcoming downloadable content is expected to be released this coming September. Although the official release date hasn't been announced by Ubisoft, players are now getting ready for the new DLC.

But according to GameSpot, Ubisoft has just announced recently that the upcoming release of the "Tom Clancy's The Division" DLC will be delayed. The release of the upcoming second expansion of the game will be at a later date this year. As reported, Ubisoft is still adding new contents and improvements to the upcoming downloadable content before officially releasing it. Ubisoft is making sure that after they release the DLC they won't be receiving complaints again.

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