Division cheaters are going to have their hands full soon0 Comments
Since the release of The Division, players have been finding ways to exploit the game to maximize their return on experience and Phoenix Credits. Now that the game has been patched to give players more Phoenix Credits, as well as to fix the exploit that allowed people to farm them, players have found a new way to break the game.
Ubisoft recently released The Division's first raid alongside the 1.0.2 patch, and players have already found a way to skip large portions of the raid by glitching the mission. 'Falcon Lost' was just released last Tuesday, and is an insanely hard mission that even the lead developers of the game were not able to beat. Rather than figuring out the best way to legitimately conquer the trial, people discovered that it was possible to vault over portable cover and glitch through certain walls.
In doing this, players would find themselves right at the final boss, who would be much easier to KO without having dealt with the first ten hours of the raid. Beating the raid in this way also does not count towards a daily completion, so players have been farming 'Falcon Lost' constantly since the patch went live. The same glitch has allowed players to jump through walls and explore previously unavailable areas of the game, such as the USS Intrepid, which many assume have been put aside for upcoming DLC.
The community manager of the Ubisoft Forum, Natchai, has commented that the team is working hard to find a solution for the exploit, and that they are "looking into what can be done in terms of punishment for those who have exploited."