The Division Beta Cheaters Are Actually Exploiting Glitches, Team Working On Fixing Them


The Division beta is proceeding smoothly, with players all over the world finally being able to get a taste of the upcoming third person shooter by Ubisoft. The PC beta, however, is suffering from some cheating issues that are ruining the enjoyment for some. A few hours ago Ubisoft has elaborated on the matter, revealing that cheaters aren't hacking the game or using cheating tools.

In a post on The Division official forums, Ubisoft's Natchai Stappers revealed that players aren't cheating with external tools, just exploiting glitches that exist in the game. Mr. Stappers also confirmed that the team is working on fixing them so the final game shouldn't suffer from the current issues.

"Guys, so you're aware the things discussed here are not in fact hacks or cheats, but merely abuse of glitches that exist in the game currently. These glitches are currently being worked on by the team"

Last week a few The Division gameplay videos have surfaced online, including two videos taken from the game's alpha and a new PlayStation 4 version video showcasing a mission set in Madison Square Garden.

Last week more details on The Division additional content included in the Season Pass have surfaced online. The three expansions, which will be called Underground, Survival and Last Stand, will include new content, new gear and new types of gameplay. Season Pass owners will also be able to get new outfits and weapon skins at launch as well as monthly perks like exclusive events, content drops and much more.

The Division will launch next month on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. More on the game will surely come before launch, so stay tuned for all the latest news on Ubisoft's upcoming third person shooter.