Almost 4 months after the games release, The Division players are still experiencing bugs that range from small to game-breaking. On Ubisoft’s forum website, the developer updated and detailed an extensive list of known problems with the game. “Here is the list of known bugs that are currently being investigated by the team. Note that unless listed in the Known Exploits list, encountering and using these bugs will not lead to disciplinary actions,” reads the post.
The Division‘s latest patch (Update 1.2) did seemingly little to fix some of the glaring issues with the game, and perhaps more harm than good, according to players. Servers for the game have been undergoing extreme maintenance since its launch, and that doesn’t look to stop soon, with the game’s servers scheduled to go down again tomorrow, May 27.
Exploits discovered since Update 1.2, according to the developer’s post, include:
[Gameplay] High Value Targets Farming
[Gameplay] Electronics store teleport
[Gameplay] Daily High Value Targets reset
[Gameplay] No Critical Search & Destroy
[Interface] Double UI Overlay
[Technical] Graphics distortion
[UI] Mark as Junk not working
[UI] Items DZ rank requirement change
[Gameplay] One is None
[Gameplay] DZ06 teleport
These ten issues stem from Ubisoft’s attempts to fix multiple prior issues in The Division. Whether or not the game will ever see full-working order is up in the air.
Tom Clancy’s The Division is Ubisoft’s first real attempt at the shooter-RPG genre. Set in a apocalyptic New York City, the game follows a group of agents who have been activated to fight a super-virus.
The game opened to mediocre reception, praised for its ambitious concept, but riddled with bugs. There has been no word on whether or not Ubisoft will continue to make games for the franchise.