The Division
Ubisoft will punish players who exploit glitches in "The Division." Ubisoft

“The Division” players still have a reason to check out the game. Even though bugs and hackers have been recently plaguing Ubisoft’s latest Tom Clancy title, the developer has announced a compensation package for players of the game.

There will be free Phoenix Credits given as compensation for players who have been wrought with bugs. According to VG 247, this is especially the case for those who have experienced their characters deleted or gone through the backpack bug.

The compensation package reportedly includes 500 Phoenix Credits and 10 of all High-End crafting materials, including fabric, division tech, electronics and gun parts. Since the weekly rewards were also stopped to deal with hackers who have been exploiting the Falcon Lost, Ubisoft is also reportedly giving 150 Phoenix Credits to those who will be logging into “The Division” for the coming weekend.

The developer has already confirmed that it is working on the fix for the Falcon Lost exploit. It is currently the top priority of the developer.

“We’re working on a fix that will be deployed in a few days, that hopefully should be a pretty solid one. We want to make sure that, before we talk about anything else, the game runs how it’s supposed to run,” said Community Developer Yannick Banchereau as quoted by GameSpot.

The problems of “The Division” does not seem to be going away soon—especially with hackers continuing to find ways to glitch through the game and leave other players with the consequences. However, one fan has spotted a survey from Ubisoft that asks fans potential ways to improve “The Division.”

Over at Reddit, one obli1 had posted the link to the survey, which asks for feedback from “The Division” players. They survey should take anywhere between 10 to 30 minutes to complete. It’s a pretty good platform for players to give suggestions and much-needed feedback for the current state of the game.

The survey asks a few questions about character progression, level cap, and gear equipment, among others. The developer has also asked if the character should reflect the level that a player is in, which could suggest that the developer is open for other forms of customisation. In addition, the developer has also asked for feedback for the overall experience of the game, including enemy and quest variety, graphics quality, matchmaking efficiency down to the soundtrack and storyline.

"The Division" Solo Falcon Lost (Credit: YouTube/TritanArmy)