April 12th is a big day for The Division, with patch 1.1 incoming. The patch will deal with a large amount of bugs, but it will also start the weekly transmissions with in-game assignments.
Operation ISAC is a whole new way of communicating with members of the community. Following transmissions offered from Ubisoft themselves, players will be able to complete the weekly missions in game and proceed to collect rewards.
Although not much else has been revealed in the way of details, you can expect to know more on April 12 – when the first transmission begins.
The Division was released March 8th, and so far has been riddled with bugs and glitches that can be exploited by players for personal gain. The game receives a 80 from Metacritic, with Gamespresso’s own score being a 8/10. “Overall, The Division is a solid game with great visuals, an in-depth RPG system, and a great PvPvE area with the Dark Zone. Even with the frustration of the level gap with friends, the lack of player creation, and the inability to preview gear before purchasing, this third-person open world RPG will bring hours of fun to those who brave the fight against anarchy and chaos.”