'Tom Clancy's The Division' updated to patch 1.2; new Incursion and features

(Ubisoft)"Tom Clancy's The Division" releases updates in latest patch.

Tom Clancy's "The Division" has been updated to its patch 1.2 version, which fixes bugs and includes new features. 

The patch, titled "Conflict," was released on May 24 and it offers players a new Incursion, added missions and gears, and a new Dark Zone feature.

The new Incursion is dubbed "Clear Sky" and it takes place in Columbus Circle. Four agents will need to team up and defeat "Rikers" that have taken over an anti-aircraft device. Like the existing Incursion called "Falcon Lost," players can only succeed in winning the Incursion when they all work together. Only the hard mode for the Incursion will reward players, and for the latest version, the prize is a 204 high-end weapon, a 214 gear set item, and more; such is similar to the weekly reward that players also get when they log in, according to reports.

In this latest patch release, the feature called "Hijack Extractions" will also be included. This feature makes rescue missions harder now, because enemies will have the ability to cut the rope — stopping the extraction and harvest the loots for themselves. Players, however, will have to think strategically when they would use the feature, as activating it would immediately label the player as Rogue.

This update is an attempt by the developer — Ubisoft — to engage its registered players to become enthusiastic again about the game. There are reports that claim how a lot of gamers are already losing interest in the game because it has become stale and boring. The game is especially in danger right now since bugs and glitches have been reported by players.

"Tom Clancy's The Division" is a tactical game with a dystopia setting that occurs when a pandemic destroyed New York City. Amidst the chaos, a team of agents is sent on a special mission to save what remains of the city. Players will have to embody these agents and use strategy to reclaim the city and save it from total destruction.

The game is available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Windows PC.

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