Tom Clancy´s The Division Discussion
[Edited by Neo7, 3/8/2016 7:39:27 PM]
[Edited by samuel_1198, 3/8/2016 8:25:49 PM]
"Have you tried turning it off and on again" -IT department.
I'm curious as to what you have tried for credits, because supposedly someone has a method of selling weapons with mods, he fakes the mod attachments on vendor and earns extra credits while keeping the mods.
i'm no expert unknown to me if this is bull****.. but who knows?
Anyways thanks for trying much appreciated love the work.
[Edited by Warriorcomic, 3/8/2016 9:03:10 PM]
I think better example will be Diablo 3. Now the only question is can Ubisoft keep the server going like Blizzard.
Best to be safe than sorry, we have no idea what protections are in place as was the case originally with Dying Light aka VAC bans for non-cheat mods before devs were more open that you had to set offline mode first which isn't the case at all for The Division. You're at Ubi's mercy.
Originally thought that perhaps playing the closed beta and open beta you'd seamlessly load into new zones, ie singleplayer/multiplayer, but being online at all times was verified when I was kicked mid-game for server maintenance while fighting NPCs. If ever the server goes down as it did for a few hours, you can't play any proportion of the game. Seeing how often games are patched it will become tiresome after a while.
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