The January – February Humble Monthly starts of 2019 with some great indie late reveals, Yakuza 0, and, strangely enough, The Division.
A client-side patch for the PC version of The Division has been deployed fixing a number of issues including Xbox controller problems and CPU usage.
A new update The Division development team reveals that next week the PC version will be getting a few tweaks in a new patch.
UbiSoft and Massive are to delay the release of future The Division DLC so they can improve the core game.
The switch has been pulled on the servers. Go time!
Look away now if you don’t want spoilers. Here’s some data.
Get the game files down ahead of Friday’s beta launch.
PC gamers are being reassured that The Division will be no console port as UbiSoft detail more of the PC features.
Beta access will be granted for a whopping two days at the end of the month.
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