Ubisoft has addressed concerns over cheating players in the closed beta for The Division.
Ubisoft's upcoming post-apocalyptic shooter Tom Clancy's The Division has finished out its closed beta, with some players reporting cheaters on the PC version. Issues include increased speed, invisibility, critical hit chance, no recoil, and alterations that grant unlimited health, ammo, and medical kits. Posters on Reddit first reported these issues, and in a forum post today, Ubisoft vowed to remedy the problem in order to ensure "a fair experience" when the game releases in March.
"Over the last few days, we have seen an unprecedented level of interest for the Closed Beta. We are looking into your feedback with care and we are thrilled by your passion and enthusiasm," the post reads. "We are aware of the cheating issues in the Closed Beta on PC. The team is fully committed to providing solutions against this and a system will be in place to ensure a fair experience for players when the game is released on March 8."
The Division is set to release on March 8, 2016, on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC, and will have three paid expansions after release, along with free updates.