Ubisoft just keeps adding content to The Division

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Tom Clancy's The Division has finally received the update scores of its most committed players have always been waiting for. The damage this ammo does is linked to a Charge meter which is filled up as you run and shoot enemies - the more that meter fills, the more damage you do. While the primary way to get Classified Gear is through Global Events, it's nice to see those general-population numbers get a slight buff.

Always active: Agents are equipped with Shock Ammo that stuns enemies.

Global Event Onslaught [May] -Agents deal burn, bleed and gas effects to enemies in addition to normal damage.

Along with the aforementioned updates, the 1.8.1 patch also tweaks things like drop rates and new commendations. The new loot changes are accompanied by a few vendor changes, game changes, and two new Global Events.

Onslaught behavior, enemies are vulnerable to one effect type and resistant to others.

At the same time, the Classified Gear drop rates increased. Global events will also have Classified Gear set caches that are specific to each set, while Legendary missions sport a 20% chance to reward Classified gear. All exotic-quality items can now be found in the game's PvE world map. Finally, all Exotics were added to the Open World Bosses. Another change the team implemented is the Exotic Loot drop. This allows the player to purchase, for example, a Fire Crest cache that guarantees one item from that set.

How do you feel about the new patch for The Division?

The new Global Events you will encounter are called Blackout and Onslaught.

Added a Classified Gear cache to the Special Vendor that guarantees 1 Classified Gear piece from the entire pool. They removed the Premium Vendor Exotics from the Open World loot pool, as well as the Exotic Caches.

Survival Caches now has a roughly 10% chance to drop Classified Gear.