Ever since the latest major update rolled into The Division, there are a lot of pleasantries that go along with it including a new mission and a number of new content. However, it seems that all those niceties also brought along a bunch of bugs and glitches, and even some of them quite game-breaking. Furthermore, it’s not just the players who spend on their couches and chairs all day long playing the game that took notice as even mainstream press Fox News says that the current nerfs for the game’s crafting system are garbage.
Red Eye Host Andy Levy Tells His Experience With The Division
Andy Levy, a host from Fox News’ Red Eye program, was doing a segment about The Division that many would think would be more appropriately told by an 18-year-old. His talk went from “being able to talk to strangers” to the Ubisoft’s famous (and possibly even infamous because of that last update) title. The host ended his segment by saying the following: “Be able to level up your character in The Division, despite the way Massive nerfed the crafting system and allows packs of super-geared Rogues to gank you in the Dark Zone – thanks a lot, jerks.”
For those who are new to videogame terms such as nerf and gank, the former means that there are balance changes that were made that the developers opted to bring down the effectiveness of certain equipment, skills, stats, or other parts of the game for various reasons, whereas the literally means ganging up on another character for unlikable intentions.
But going back to Andy Levy, and even Fox News for that matter, giving a segment that mainly tells about Ubisoft’s The Division is very new. They aren’t blaming games for gun violence but are calling out to the developers for what is now currently happening with the game.
There are even many that are pretty much done with The Division because of what the latest patch has currently wreaked. It’s not just about the new content that players want to see, they want to see things fixed so that the overall experience is satisfactory, and possibly even more than that. What the game needs right now is an entire end-game loot revamp and a whole lot of bug fixing. Incremental gear upgrades need to drop more frequently and not just on a 15:1 ratio. This is what makes some games, such as Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls, so good.