'Tom Clancy's: The Division' DLC news: First expansion met by unfavorable reviews; second expansion releasing in September?

(Steam)"Tom Clancy's: The Division" is getting more negative reviews even with the release of its first expansion and the impending release of its second.

Gamers have been waiting to play "Tom Clancy's: The Division" Underground DLC, but massive disappointments were aired upon the release of the expansion. While the problem seems to be unaddressed until now, the second expansion, "Tom Clancy's: The Division" Survival DLC, is expected to be out by September.

"Tom Clancy's: The Division" was one of the most-awaited games during this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) and gamers excitedly waited for the game's release on June 28 for the Xbox One and PC, and for PS4 on Aug. 2.

While the game was met with generally good reviews upon release, the longer the players explore the game, the more problems are being discovered. One common complaint is the difficulty of players, even with maximum gear score to complete the multi-stage after reaching a certain level. Forbes points out that there is a lack of checkpoints available, which leads players to die without the ability of being revived. No matter how many enemies one kills, the player's survival does not increase.

The Underground DLC did not do much to increase the chances of survival either and many glitches have been reported. God is a Geek states that the expansion only increased the difficulty of the game and the only new things offered were some gear sets.

Windows Report states that the upcoming Survival DLC will be released in September and will be available altogether for Xbox One, PS4, and Windows PC, but the exact date has yet to be announced.

However, there seems to be not much excitement for the upcoming DLC as players continue to wait for the previous problems to be addressed. The comments on Steam when the game was first released were relatively good but eventually earned mixed reviews. Recent reviews, however, are mostly negative.

Ubisoft has yet to comment on the matter.

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