The problem with The Division and exploits

Today’s Episode

Cheating, exploits, hacking, they’re all a part of gaming. The Division has been in the news lately about different exploits. You can do a quick Google search of any game and find companies offering cheats. It’s fine if it’s a single player game, but a multiplayer game can be frustrating. Playing someone that can see through walls or do headshots all the time makes any gamer rage. The problem can be a bad anti-cheating system or a lack of admins. I have never been a fan of anti-cheating programs because they do not work. Using admins can be the best way of combating cheating and they can abuse their power too. The other problem is the gaming industry is doing a bad job of limiting exploits. Every new patch comes with a few more exploits. The cycle never ends and I feel most developers are rushing to get patches out. Maybe they do their best to have quality control. It does seem to be getting worse too. I don’t know if there is an easy answer, but there needs to be better quality control. Find out more about this discussion below.

Gaming News I Discuss:

  • Mirror’s Edge is delayed
  • The Division has another game breaking bug
  • Rocket League gets hoops mode next month
  • Microsoft looks beyond XBox and Windows 10
  • Bethesda gets into the card game
  • Break the Law and gravity in LawBreakers
  • and more!

Gaming Deals:


What games are you playing next month?

Tweetable Quotes:

[epq-quote align=”align-center”]I gave up on The Division because it felt like life… a daily grind.[/epq-quote]

[epq-quote align=”align-center”]It seems like every week there’s a new exploit in The Division.[/epq-quote]

[epq-quote align=”align-center”]Well, one less game coming next month. We have 6 now?[/epq-quote]