The Division's 1.4 Patch Hits on October 25th

The Division's 1.4 Patch Hits on October 25th

Big, big changes are coming for Ubisoft's online shooter.

For a new IP, The Division has done remarkably well for publisher Ubisoft—not bad for a game with a dead guy's name attached to it.

Despite its sales success, though, Ubi's online shooter hasn't been without its troubles. That said, the team behind The Division hasn't been asleep at the switch: September saw the announcement of an upcoming patch engineered to give the experience a true overhaul, and this October 25th, it'll finally be available to the public at large. From the looks of things, The Division's changes appear to be pretty extensive, to the point where Ubi delayed its second and third DLCs for the sake of getting this update out the door.

Since the notes for this upcoming patch add up to 6500 words (I counted), I'll spare USgamer the bandwidth and ask you to click this link to a post on the official Division forums instead. Needless to say, if you're a fan of The Division, this update is definitely something to be excited about.

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