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The Division: Developers To Look Towards “Reinvigorating” The Game as a Whole

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Massive is planning to reinvent The Division and bring in some new content for everyone

Ubisoft Entertainment SA’s (EPA:UBI) The Division has had its own set of problems and issues ever since the game’s original release. The developers’ response on the reported problems and exploits has not been very impressive so far. However, it looks like that is not going to stay for long, as the development team is looking to overhaul the game as a whole pretty soon.

In a recent twitch stream, Ubisoft’s community developer, Hamish Bode was asked about the existing state of the game and if the team is looking to reinvent and reinvigorate the game’s PvE area. The question was asked by one of the viewers of the twitch stream and by the looks of it, there are plans in place in this regard.

Mr. Bode did not mention the exact changes and improvements that are going to make their way to the game, but he did say that they are aware of the problems within the game and that there is not much to do in the game other than the Dark Zone. This problem has become bigger because of the many exploits that players are using to cheat in the Dark Zone, which is essentially making the Dark Zone experience useless for legitimate players.

Since Mr. Bode did not go into any details about the changes incoming, nothing could be said about what exactly to expect. For all we know, he could be talking about the upcoming expansion for the game in June, which is named Underground.

That being said, it would be really interesting on what Massive would bring to the game in its next update. Could it be new activities in the Dark Zone or new missions outside the Dark Zone? For now, we can only speculate as to what will happen. Until then, let us know how Massive can improve The Division and its Dark Zone in the comments below.

The Division is now available for Microsoft Corporation’s (NASDAQ:MSFT) Xbox One, Windows PC and Sony Corp.’s (NYSE:SNE) PlayStation 4.

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