The Division 2 Dev Looking into New Enemy AI and Sound Bugs

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The Division 2 Dev Looking into New Enemy AI and Sound Bugs


Last week brought a major update for Division 2 players as Title Update 3 brought a wave of new fixes, quality of life improvements, new content to the looter shooter. Unfortunately, players have also discovered that this update may have also released a few unintended bugs back into the open world. Over on the official Division 2 subreddit, users began highlighting some strange issues they’ve encountered since Title Update 3 launched. While the PC crowd was able to complete Operation Dark Hours
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Company: gamerant, Activity: gamerant, Date: 2019-05-21  Authors: derek nichols
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The Division 2 Dev Looking into New Enemy AI and Sound Bugs

Last week brought a major update for Division 2 players as Title Update 3 brought a wave of new fixes, quality of life improvements, new content to the looter shooter. The massive update also paved the way for The Division 2’s first raid, Operation Dark Hours, which launched later that week and proved to be a massive challenge for event the most geared up players. Unfortunately, players have also discovered that this update may have also released a few unintended bugs back into the open world.

Over on the official Division 2 subreddit, users began highlighting some strange issues they’ve encountered since Title Update 3 launched. Audio glitches and sound dropping out completely have started appearing more regularly for many players as well as texture issues like the White House going invisible while running the halls. In addition, enemy AI has also taken a turn for the worse with players reporting that the enemy’s movement ranges from being completely oblivious to being laser focused on taking players out.

The topic quickly gained steam and managed to catch the attention of Ubisoft as Chris Gansler popped in to gather more details and provide a bit of insight into what’s going on. While the texture and audio glitches were new to the team, Gansler did reveal that the studio was well aware of the strange enemy AI issue that cropped up alongside the many updates and changes in Title Update 3. The team is currently looking into it, but it doesn’t appear to be a quick fix as the update seems to have knocked a few bugs loose which directly relate to this AI behavior prompting a full investigation.

There may be even more tweaks on the way based on how the first week of raiding went, especially on consoles. While the PC crowd was able to complete Operation Dark Hours the same day, it took console players significantly longer to work through. In fact, the first group to finish it on PS4 actually took 36 hours, with the final Razorback boss fight clocking in at 20 hours. Needless to say, this isn’t what Ubisoft had in mind as the studio is looking into ways to tweak the Raid experience to make it more fair for console players. The divide between the PC and console platforms are more technical in nature such as the 30 fps cap, which can make things more difficult for PS4 and Xbox One players.

The Division 2 is available for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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Company: gamerant, Activity: gamerant, Date: 2019-05-21  Authors: derek nichols
Keywords: news, gamerant, companies, pc, week, xbox, division, update, hours, dev, looking, players, bugs, sound, enemy, title, console, ai


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