Almost a month has passed after the release of Ubisoft masterpiece, Tom Clancy”s : The Division. Setting it roots into the worldwide gaming industry on 8th March, 2016 for platforms Microsoft Windows, Playstation 4 and Xbox One, the Division has earned quite a lot of fame among gamers with around 6.4 million players participating for its Beta version and also achieved a decent rating of 6.7/10 from IGN as well. The game received positive reviews on release, and was a commercial success, earning the most first day sales of any title in Ubisoft”s history.
Ubisoft has made quite some update patches till now and most of the issues have been fixed but the bad news is that for some players a major problem also known as The Game-Breaking bug has been spoiling the beautiful (just kidding, its Savage!) fun of the Division and complaints were registered about the high-end backpacks disappearing from their inventories, and worst case scenario being of locking them out of the game entirely. Although this bug hasn”t affected a mass number of players around the world but still it is a serious issue.
The good news is that Ubisoft has heard their pleas and will fix this by April 12th, 2016. Unfortunately, getting it fixed is another matter entirely, and the players who have got their accounts locked won”t be allowed to access until the mentioned date. The following statement was released by the Community Manager Natchai_Ubisoft :
“We will be deploying a fix in update 1.1 on April 12th that should resolve instances of the infinite loading/backpack issue and due to this fix requiring a client patch, we cannot deploy it at an earlier date. We thank you for your patience.” – Natchai_Ubisoft (Community Manager)
Fortunately, this problem is not for a mass number of gamers and after all the perks the Tom Clancy”s : The Division has provided us, it has quite met our expectations to a large extent and so we can forgive them for such small issues which will be resolved soon as well. The Division has surely compensated for the disappointment caused by the Ubisoft”s Watch Dogs which was released almost two years back and was completely overthrown by the liking of Rockstar”s Grand Theft Auto 5.