Ubisoft says it’s heard Division players’ anger over cheating ‘loud and clear’

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Ubisoft has addressed the ongoing cheating concerns in The Division with a blog post to players today. “We have great plans for the future of The Division, and for these to succeed we must make sure to provide a smooth high-quality experience,” says the studio. “Unfortunately, the gameplay experience was recently impaired by in-game bugs and players violating the rules of the game. In order to bring back a better and healthier environment, we have taken new steps to address the situation.”

Ubisoft says it’s added new cheat detection methods and consequently “will be handing out the biggest wave of suspensions and bans to date over the course of the next few days.”

“We anticipate these two changes will noticeably improve your experience,” say the devs. “New upgrades on cheat detection are underway.” And for those who are caught? “Sanctions will be implemented for players who repeatedly abuse exploits and will vary depending on the severity of the abuse, as well as the history of the player. Possible sanctions include character rollbacks, account suspensions and permanent bans. Those who encounter bugs during the normal course of play have absolutely nothing to worry about.”

Source: Official site. Thanks, Archebius!
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