The Division Fix For Crashes On GTX 770 Found, Unlimited Crafting Materials Glitch Discovered

Francesco De Meo
Posted 8 months ago

The Division, the third person shooter game developed by Ubisoft Massive, has finally become available in all regions, but not all players have been able to enjoy it to the fullest due to a variety of issues. If you’re among those playing the game on a GTX 770 and you’re experiencing crashes, you’ll be happy to know that a fix for this issue has been discovered.

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Reddit user MrMaple24 has revealed that it’s possible to prevent The Division from crashing when playing on a GTX 770 by disabling wind-affected snow in the game’s graphics settings. This may not solve the issue completely, but it seems like it definitely improves the whole matter.

On a related note, a new The Division glitch has been discovered a few hours ago, a glitch that will definitely help more than a few players. Thanks to this glitch, it’s possible to collect an infinite amount of crafting materials. To take advantage of the glitch, players have to go to the Base of Operations, reach an area with materials nearby, get into Free Roam through Automatch, and collect materials. Repeating the whole process will allow players to collect materials over and over again. You can check out the glitch is action in the video right below.


Yesterday Ubisoft has shared more details on the Xbox One exclusivity for The Division additional content. According to a recent blog post, only the first two The Division DLC packs, Undergroung and Survival, will be exclusive to Xbox One for 30 days. The final DLC pack, The Last Stand, will be released simultaneously on consoles and PC this Winter.

The Division PS4 Gets New Update, Double UI Issue Fixed

The Division is now available in all regions on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. We’ll let you know when all of the game’s issues have been fixed as soon as possible, so stay tuned for all the latest news on the new shooter developed by Ubisoft Massive

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