October 25 was day when Ubisoft Massive was supposed to right a lot of wrong things, which they did with The Division patch 1.4. However, the fixes did not came without a price, as many Xbox One players have reported that they are facing issues with the game after the patch.
Ubisoft has taken a notice of this issue and has taken a temporary measure to ensure that players do not get the issue until they fix it. According to Ubisoft, the issue is linked with the voice chat and they have disabled it for the time being across all Xbox One to help with the stuttering issue.
Update 1.4 went live earlier today and we’ve received a number of reports of stuttering in the Dark Zone on Xbox One. After further investigation, we have found that the issue is linked to the in game voice chat. As a temporary solution, we are disabling the game voice chat on Xbox One only. This means that you will no longer be able to use the voice chat in game, which includes group chat and proximity voip. This shut down will not impact the native Xbox One party chat however, so you can continue to use it.
It is important to mention that this is just a temporary work around, until the developers fix the issue, all players will be silent on Xbox One version of The Division.
While the game has been a huge success for Ubisoft at launch, it comes as no surprise that Ubisoft would want to make a movie based on The Divsion. Ubisoft has announced that The Division movie is already in the works, and Jake Gyllenhaal will playing the lead role in the movie. Also Jake Gyllenhaal will produce the movie too.
Are you facing any issues in The Division after the patch 1.4? Let us know in the comments.