The Division
Ubisoft has rolled out the June season pass exclusive content for "The Division." Ubisoft

Now that June is well underway, “The Division” Season Pass holders can look forward to some new items to play around with.

Announced via the official “The Division” Twitter, the Season Content drop features the Safari Purple and Scale Water weapon skins, as well as five of each high-end crafting materials, including Division Tech.

If a new datamining find is to be believed, the June Season Pass exclusives will not be the only new items for players. According to Gamepur, some facets of the upcoming Underground DLC may have been discovered by some dataminers.

The preliminary details spotted include additional areas, a new Incursion called Dragon’s Nest and new Dark Zone districts, from DZ07 to DZ11. “The Division” Underground DLC is aimed for release on the PC, PS4 and Xbox One sometime this June.

While the new content will definitely be a welcome to “The Division” players, cheaters and those who make use of exploits will need to think twice about a new plan that the developer has come up with. While “The Division” is not the only game that has experienced several hackers and rolled out stricter policies, it seems that “The Division” will be resorting to a tougher iron fist ruling.

In a new update at the official “The Division” website, the developer acknowledged that the announcement of “the biggest wave of suspensions ad bans” did not dissuade cheaters from resorting to these hacks.

To date, actions have already been taken against more than 30,000 accounts, 3,800 of which were permanent bans. Since the latest 14-day suspension on the first offense did nothing to curb the onslaught of cheaters, Ubisoft is updating its policy yet again.

“Judging from your feedback, and based on what we witnessed when cheaters came back to the game, we have now decided to push our policy one step further: we will now start applying permanent bans on first offense when players are caught using cheat engines and we will communicate clearly when new ban waves are taking place,” said Ubisoft in the website.

This may be Ubisoft’s way of taking the necessary steps to ensure that cheaters will not spoil the game.