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Just putting it out there before PTS goes live.
- Create a duplicate copy of your Division 2 folder, rename it to "Tom Clancy's The Division 2 PTS" (without "").
- Proceed with the preload, then change the install path to where you have placed the duplicate folder.
Uplay will verify the existing files and checks what is missing, and then it will proceed to download the remaining files for PTS.
In short, this way you won't have to download the entire game all over again for the PTS.
P.S, The name of the duplicate folder has to be exactly the same as default,
which is "Tom Clancy's The Division 2 PTS". Also, ignore the storage space it tells you to have during installation.
It will always ask you to have full game space available. Just press next and it will start verifying the files from duplicate folder.
What I always wonder about this is, "Does it never crash on their own PCs?"
I mean Ubi Support on these forums always seem so surprised about this whole thing.
They be like, "Crash? Oh that's a new one! Ok So confirm this/that so we could look into this."
Like they have never seen this game crash even once on their own PCs.
Or maybe they don't even use the build version we use.
Who knows.. and I guess will never do.
What I want to know is if/when it crashed on one of Dev's PC one day,
what did they do about it? Sent a dxdiag file to themselves?
Or did they actually do something about it? Or just restart the game?
#Just a thought
Ones I find the most entertaining are the ones who get smacked into the ground trying to be a hero and then rage quite as if it was rest of the team's fault.
Just keep in mind, do NOT change anything on your PC, its pointless, waste of time.
The only thing every Division 2 PC player need to realize.
Respectfully, stop using matchmaking. No other way to accomplish what you're asking for.
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@SuspiciousPixel Great suggestions mate.
I'd be grateful if they could do even a few from this.
- Crash fixes
- High CPU usage fixes
- DX12 crash fixes
- Updating Anti Cheat so it runs better on our machines. We shouldn't have to set it to run on one core to increase stability
- Improve EAC, this is going to be pivotal if you want Heartlands to succeed.
- Better anticheat reporting and most importantly feedback tools."
That happens sometimes. Not an issue though, missions will still work the same.
To make them red again, you can either change mission type/difficulty or just log out and log back in.
Dude if you're trash at PVP, that's your problem, not everyone else's.
and that is also why that example doesn't apply to you.
If you're a player with zero skill, you will get toasted no matter what.
Doesn't matter if this expertise system exists or not.
Reference was being made towards skilled players who know how to PVP.
And in that scenario expertise/upgrade level of weapons/skills DOES matter a lot.
Open your mind. The world doesn't revolve around you.
With your logic, you're saying that a pve grinder that's reached level 20 expertise already can go into the dz and start winning 9/10 fights because he is a higher expertise. That's not how pvp works and I'm starting to think you don't pvp.
Complete misinterpretation of what I said. In fact the complete opposite.
"a pve grinder that's reached level 20 expertise already can go into the dz and start winning 9/10 fights because he is a higher expertise."
Where the hell did I say that? You're just putting words into my mouth at this point.
Secondly, this is what happens when you don't read key words in a sentence.
"matters the most", "most scenarios", "mainly", etc. Try not to ignore such words when reading.
IMHO, present Expertise System mainly/directly effects PVP players more than PVE.
No matter which stats and how much percentage of those stats is being increased,
there is no real difference when playing PVE content.
Maybe a max expertise level player can kill an NPC half a second faster? Yeah.. not worth it for me at least.
PVP content is a whole another story and that is where this system matters the most.
A player with higher level weapons/skills than you will win the fight 9/10 times in most scenarios.
Lastly, being maxed on every single item as fast as possible isn't what this system was built for.
Just gradually progress through and don't be bothered about getting maxed out in day. Just my two cents on this.
Not the main point of this thread but presently,
Countdown is better than Summit when it comes to farming targeted loot.
Much faster, more efficient and less boring than Summit.
As for NPC toughness in Summit, its been a while since I have been there so can't say anything for certain.
It could be that you might have "Ragers" directive on. That's the only thing I can think of which makes NPCs tougher, if not Hollywood.
I had this issue as well and turns out if you do not accept "All" cookies for this forum,
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Go to your Cookies section in your browser and clear all (If any) that exist for Ubisoft.
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Just accept all and this time it will keep you logged in and will remember your device.