Before it was released, Tom Clancy’s The Division was one of the most anticipated titles of the year. The idea of online cooperative play in an open and abandoned New York City really seemed great. Unfortunately, the game released with a large amount of bugs and really hurt its potential. Many issues have been fixed since then, but it seems it is still not without some faults.

Another update for The Division, 1.4 to be exact, was released not too long ago. While the update did bring a large amount of changes from weapons, to gear, to the overall open world, it also brought some technical issues with it as well. Since the update, players have been complaining of the game “stuttering” when in the Dark Zone. This, however, has only been noted by those playing The Division on Xbox One.

A statement by Ubisoft on The Division forums explains that they have connected this issue with the in game voice chat. For this reason, they have decided to disable the voice chat until they can find a solution to the stuttering Dark Zone. It will be more difficult for team members to communicate now, so be careful out there.

The Division is available now on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.

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