Ubisoft and Massive Entertainment Crack Down on Exploiters in The Division 2

Ubisoft and Massive Entertainment have recently faced a growing issue with The Division 2, as some players have discovered and exploited a game mechanic that allows them to gain excessive amounts of experience points (XP) in a short period. This exploit has led to high latency on the game servers, making the game unplayable and negatively impacting the experience for players who are not using the exploit.

The developers have taken to Twitter to address the issue in response to the situation. They closely monitor player behavior, and those found using the exploit will face the consequences. Players caught exploiting the game mechanics for the first time will receive a 14-day temporary ban. Repeat offenders will be dealt with more severely, facing a permanent ban from the game.

Ubisoft and Massive Entertainment’s frustration with the situation is understandable, as these unlawful activities undermine the game’s balance and hinder the experience for the whole player base. The developers are committed to maintaining a fair and enjoyable environment for all players and taking these necessary measures to ensure the integrity of The Division 2.

The consequences laid out by the developers serve as a warning to players who may be tempted to exploit the game and a reassurance to those who play fairly. This crackdown on exploiters sends a clear message that cheating will not be tolerated and that those engaging in such activities will face repercussions.

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