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Ghost Recon Wildlands: Will Ubisoft Learn From The Division’s Launch?

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Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands Release

The Tom Clancy series of games had a tough year this 2016 due to Ubisoft’s quite disappointing The Division. Fans are obviously disappointed with the title at launch day till now. Ubisoft could redeem itself with an upcoming Tom Clancy game. Tom Clancy?s Ghost Recon Wildlands will launch next year, and it?s a promising title. ?Fans are hoping that Ubisoft will learn from their mistakes with The Division.

When The Division launched, fans received the game with mixed reviews. There are a lot of notable features in the game, but bugs, issues and exploits ruined the experience. What made the game even more frustrating is the insane amount of grinding it required. Overall, The Division failed to live up to its hype.

Tom Clancy?s Ghost Recon Wildlands will launch next year, and the hype around it is pretty huge as well. Since the game isn?t an MMO unlike The Division, the chances of exploits and bugs are dialed down. But that doesn?t mean that issues won?t be there in any form. If Ubisoft will learn from their past mistakes, they wouldn?t rush Wildlands and release it along with a few bugs.

Ubisoft Changing For The Better?

It seems that Ubisoft is actually taking steps toward better quality titles now. Ubisoft recently announced that it would delay the release of The Last Stand DLC to next year. The reason is it wants to fix the frustrating base game first. Fans can expect a smoother experience with the game from this month onward.

The recent update reveals how Ubisoft is taking good care of their games now. Ubisoft is now prioritizing game quality over adding new content that could potentially be broken. Fans could expect Ghost Recon Wildlands to be a bit better than The Division on launch day.

Also read: Ghost Recon Wildlands: Differences From The Division Discussed By Ubisoft

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