With The Division 2 new update, volumetric fog is back on PS5.
Recently, Ubisoft revealed upcoming maintenance for The Division 2 servers fixing one of the issues on the PS5 version of the game. Now, The Division 2 Update 1.31 is live and according to the patch notes, it has fixed the missing volumetric fog on PS5. It’s yet to be seen whether the new update will affect other problems of the game on new consoles or not.
The majority of the PS5 players of the game are already asking Ubisoft for rolling out some immediate fixes after The Division 2 Update 1.31 for tackling the crash issues. It seems a considerable number of players are still facing serious problems on PS5 and PC. It’s yet to be revealed whether there would be more small updates and hotfixes until the launch of the next Title Update, but some players have fixed their crash problems on PC temporarily by verifying the game files and changing the DirectX version to 11 on Windows 10. If you can’t fix the issues on your own, make sure to contact Ubisoft’s support team and report the bugs and technical problems you face in the game.
The Division 2 players were a little bit worried about the future of the game in the coming years recently, but the developers reassured fans with an official statement regarding the continuous support of the game in the future. As per Massive Entertainment, The Division 2 is supposed to get more new content later in 2021.
With The Division 2‘s rough financial launch back in 2019, Ubisoft started an early sale with heavy discounts later in the launch year, which raised the speculation around canceling the plans for the next entries of the franchise.