Anyone who thinks a Trainer Creator that has survived this long will try death by tempting fate and creating such a program for a title that has such an misrepresentation of single/multiplayer "division"... is a complete and utter moron. I look at these responses of " if someone else does it, CH should do it too!" and I am in AWE at the fact that people with your brain capacity have survived to this point in life that you can actually operate a computer! If they made a Trainer, or HACK as as it would be called in legal terms because of the fact the results of using a train in Co-op/"single" player would be felt by other persons. It would, in fact, be classified as a A) a Violation of Virtual Property, B) Violation of intellectual property, and C) LIBEL. I'm just going to guess here but I doubt 80% or more of you don't know what that means in English. So. Sweet and simple; CheatHappens makes Division Train. CheatHappens gets sued by EA because shinies. CheatHappens go POOF. You are s uddenly inable to beat the end boss of RANDOM game because you're a ****ing cheating noob.
TL;DR- We suck, Corporate Contracts suck worse.
I do gauge some of my purchases on cheatability, but so far I am liking this game even without the cheats.
I am curious about something PWizard said earlier.. some thing along the lines of "this game is more like WOW, than R6" I am wondering if this game is more like SimCity where it may eventually have a SP component.
Thank You for this information and consider not to risk each one of us. Thank you.
Same here, MMOs and Battlefield are the only games I buy without CH trainers.
The CH trainers just add so much more value and convenience.
The Design of The Division just forces online playing so it is a Multiplayer Game after all, the "solo" stuff is just an etiquette and pseudo option to cover a missing offline mode.
And we knew this would happen.