Ubisoft have released another weekly patch for The Division 2 and this time, they've finally fixed the crazy armour exploit that players used in the game's PvP modes. Players who used the exploit will receive a warning on their account.
Another patch for The Division 2 has been rolled out today - 03 June 2019, and just like every week, it includes a fresh batch of bug fixes and some minor quality of life tweaks.
Patch 3.1 has a lot more fixes than previous patches and one of the most notable ones is certainly the fix for crazy armour exploit that players recently discovered.
The patch also brings a lot of other fixes for some annoying bugs. An issue where players would remain stuck in the Theater settlement has been addressed, and the same goes for semi-automatic weapon issue, where the rate of fire would be lower than intended.
Also, if your face mask appears too small, the devs addressed the issue and they should now fit your character's face perfectly. The devs also apologised for the error they have made in the previous patch that removed the Loot All as Junk option. The button is back again.
There are also a couple of fixes for NPC combat behaviour. An issue where enemy NPCs would rush past players to get into cover has been resolved just like the one where enemy NPCs would flank players too often.
The patch notes list a couple of more changes like increased tutorial font size on Mega Map and increased visibility of collectables and Caches in the Open World. You can check the full list of fixes here.