The devoted fans of The Division have been voicing there concerns of their beloved game since the game launched and now Ubisoft has answered, sort of. While beggers can’t always get exactly what they want, Ubisoft has decided to address some of the games most pressing matters at the moment.
Instead of continuing to release new additional content while pressing issues persist, Ubisoft finally believes getting to the heart of their online gameplay issues should take president. Over the past 6 month fans have been pulling their hair out, pleading with Ubisoft to address core issues.
Thankfully, patch 1.4 is now in the works, due out for free this October across all platforms. As for the upcoming DLC expansions, Survival and Last Stand, they have now been pushed back to either holiday 2016 or early 2017.
If you were wondering about the specifics being addressed by Ubisoft for The Division, patch 1.4 aims to fix the following:
•Fixing bugs, including those listed in our Known Issues as well as many other ones
•Making loot drops more relevant to the player
•Enemy difficulty and time to kill
•Gear Sets and weapons balancing
•Solo player experience
•Dark Zone and PvP balancing
•Quality of life additions based on community suggestions (such as weapon skins no longer taking inventory space)