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The Division’s latest update has caused more bugs

Tom Clancy’s The Division has launched its latest update for the game. Update 1.2, or Conflict as it’s also known as brings in new PVP and PVE content for people to play, as well as a second raid, called Clear Sky. However, this update has brought in more bugs to The Division.

Polygon has posted that many users, including staff at Polygon, have been experiencing persistent issues with stability and matchmaking in multiple game modes. The post goes on to say that one of the new currency’s in The Division, called Intel, is not working as the missions they unlock, called High-Value Targets, were not unlocking. On top of that, named bosses which are meant to spawn at the end of the mission, failed to spawn.

Along with this, many players who have attempted the Clear Sky raid has had the raid reset itself endlessly or, the player is returned to the nearest safehouse. And to top it all off, some players are missing one or more of the characters they have as well as daily missions failing to refresh.

These are the latest set of bugs to plague The Division. When the game first launched, some players had to deal with falling through the floor, characters stuck to cover, and a delay of hostiles dying, along with much more that have popped up since the game’s release.

So, what do you think of the vast amount of bugs that have been plaguing The Division since it launched? Let us know in the comments below.

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