'Tom Clancy's The Division' Latest News & Update: Ubisoft Tests Fans Patience With Latest Gaff

By Staff Reporter , Updated Sep 15, 2016 12:00 AM EDT

By now, Ubisoft should know, that they are the ticking bomb in players sides when it comes to "Tom Clancy's The Division" game. After the game maxed out all possible bugs and issues during its time, players expect a different game by now.

Unfortunately, it looks like, the suffering could extend as the latest news reveal, Ubisoft has delayed the Public Test Server. Another disappoint came in the form of another delay, this time on the EMPIRE State of Mind.

The supposed LiveStream event, that will discuss the issues on the game has been delayed. Something that fans have been waiting for, in order to address their concerns. The PTS delay, according to Ubisoft, is needed in order for the team to fully integrate the Update 1.4 experience.

In August, Ubisoft also delayed the arrival of the Survival DLC. Citing the game's update as their key priority in the business. Ubisoft said, they needed to stabilize the game, before they can release any new expansion. Unfortunately, the game remains struggling under the same bugs and issues.

"Tom Clancy's The Division" is suffering setbacks and Ubisoft can't even confirm, when is the release of Update 1.4. Fans are getting impatient and the waiting on updates consumes time. Featured on Gamespot, is Ubisoft's statement saying "Transparency is something that we know our community wants, and something that we aim to deliver every day... The alternative of 'leaving you in the dark' is not something we see as an option!"

"Tom Clancy's The Division" and its next DLC; Survival features players trying to survive the winter in Manhattan, while scouting for resources. Do you think Ubisoft can get out of their predicament on "The Division" game? Let us know your thoughts by leaving a comment below. Also make sure to check us here on GameNGuide for more news about "Tom Clancy's The Division." 

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