Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 is now obtainable on Steam, however the person response has been blended.
Ubisoft has been regularly releasing a lot of its video games on Steam, together with Murderer’s Creed Valhalla again in November. Nevertheless, gamers had been upset at that sport’s lack of Steam Achievements.
The Division 2 arrived on Steam on twelfth January, however equally doesn’t embody Steam Achievements leading to a backlash from followers.
That is on high of complaints of frequent crashing. “Tom Crashes The No Achievements 2,” surmised one person in a assessment.
“Ubisoft, if you cannot be bothered to implement fundamental Steam options into your sport and as an alternative launch a lazy shortcut to your rubbish launcher, do not hassle coming again. Additionally this sport crashes extra typically than Warzone and that is saying one thing,” reads one other assessment.
Regardless of being obtainable via Steam, the sport runs via Ubisoft’s personal Ubisoft Join launcher, which means Achievements run via that system and never on Steam.
“As there was a whole lot of hypothesis – simply to formally affirm. Steam Achievements should not supported for this title,” mentioned Ubisoft on Murderer’s Creed Valhalla on the finish of final 12 months.
It has been a foul week for Ubisoft total, following the information three of its unannounced titles have been cancelled and forthcoming pirate-em-up Cranium and Bones has been delayed as soon as extra.
Its share worth plummeted consequently.