For those of us who still play Ubisoft's The Divison will already know the concept of patch 1.7's Global Events and how they work. For those that don't, basically the Global Events run for 7 days and are based on certain modifiers that govern how the game plays. For example the last Global Event was Outbreak which changed the PVE aspect by adding rules such as Headshot tagging and players rapidly losing health based on enemy proximity. Players could earn event points that are used to open event specific crates that could contain high end gear or cosmetic items.
The next Global Event is called Assault and will be available straight after the weekly maintenance tomorrow!
Tom Clancy's: The Division was an extremely fun title if you did not get your hopes too high, many people got built up in the hype of the game and took a disliking because their expectations of the game had gotten too much. On the other hand what else have we come to expect from Ubisoft titles, the games are presented in a manner to the public in which they want the game to be as appealing as possible to the widest market.
The game has continued on with a dedicated user base, the daily log in count has dropped from the high volume it received at launch. This is only natural with other titles such as Ghost Recon Wild Lands coming out from the Tom Clancy banner. Though Ubisoft are still supporting the Division and are rewarding their fans with a free map expansion in the 1.8 update titled "Resistance" due for release this Autumn. The Resistance will unlock a large section of the map at the West Side Pier where players will encounter new PvE and PvP modes for the game in the Skirmish and Resistance updates for the title.
Tom Clancy's The Division made an appearance at Microsoft's E3 press conference with the look at the upcoming Undergrounds DLC. Ubisoft kept some news about the rest of the DLC to announce at their own press conference.
One announcement was that if you are a member of Ubisoft Club and play The Division, in the near future you will have 3 outfits for your character unlocked in the game. The outfits will be based off of Ghost Recon, Splinter Cell and Rainbow 6; that is a lot more Tom Clancy franchise integration.
Ubisoft have now released their second major content update for their latest game: Tom Clancy's The Division. The update which is available across all platforms including Xbox One, Playstaiton 4 and PC.
This update is part of the studios greater plan which aims to keep the game feeling as fresh and as new as possible for players, by releasing new content and features for The Division.
Prepare to step back into the war-torn Manhattan and experience the fallout and devastation that is The Division. Incoming on May 23rd is the free 1.2 update titled Conflict which will add new enemies and features into the games existing Dark Zone.