The Division 1.19 Update Released, Read What’s New and Fixed
The Division 1.19 update is now available for download. According to the official the Division update 1.19 changelog, the new update has added two new Legendary mission modes for Amherst’s Apartment and Grand Central Station as well as 4K support for Xbox One X console. Apart from this, Division version 1.19 also includes various stability and performance improvements.
An issue where the player would get stuck on the loading screen when accepting a console game invite while on the loading screen is now fixed. Check out more details below.
The Division 1.19 Patch Notes
Added 4K Support for Xbox One X.
Improved object detail
Improved screen-space shadows
Global Event 5 – Blackout
Always active: Agents are equipped with Shock Ammo that stuns enemies. Shooting or running builds your Charge meter – the more Charge, the more damage you inflict.
Blackout behavior, plus you can instantly kill enemies with Overcharged melee attacks, but if you miss you will stun yourself and your allies.
Extreme Blackout behavior, plus your Charge meter will cool down faster when close to other group members.
Global Event 6 – Onslaught
Always active; Deal Burn, Bleed, and Gas effects to enemies in addition to normal damage. Reload to change the effect.
Onslaught behavior, enemies are vulnerable to one effect type and resistant to others. Agents take increased damage from resistant enemies.
Savage Onslaught behavior, plus when two or more group members kill a vulnerable enemy within two seconds, each member can reload to gain a damage bonus for a single clip.
Over 40 new Commendations unlockable in the new Global Events.
New Legendary Difficulty Missions
Grand Central Station.
Game Changes in the Division update 1.19
Division Tech increases
Daily Combat, Crafting, Survival and Dark Zone Quests now reward the player with 25 Div Tech each.
Weekly Open World and Weekly Underground Assignments reward the player with 100 Div Tech each.
Season Pass Supply Drops now award 100 Division Tech.
The Division update 1.19 added a Classified Gear cache to the Special Vendor that guarantees 1 Classified Gear piece from the entire pool.
Global Events Vendor
Removed the basic cache from the vendor.
Each Global Event will now have individual caches per Classified Gear set for that Global Event. This allows the player to purchase, for example, a Fire Crest cache that guarantees one item from that set.
Bosses in the Resistance game mode now award 100 Global Event tokens.
Exotic Loot drops
The Division update 1.19 removed Premium Vendor Exotics from Open World loot pool and Exotic Caches
All Exotics added to the Open World Bosses.
Classified Gear Drop Rates
Classified Drop Rates chances have been increased in all locations.
Legendary Missions now have a 20% chance to give Classified Gear as a reward at the completion of the mission
Season Pass Supply Drops now have a 10% chance to drop Classified Gear.
Survival Caches now has a roughly 10% chance to drop Classified Gear.
Classified Firecrest 6 piece talent now makes the player immune to the fiery explosion caused by the burning targets.
Bug Fixes in the Division patch 1.19
Fixed an issue where the Mobile Cover Blast Shield mod explosion had no effect.
The Division 1.19 addressed an issue where the Sticky Bomb Disruptor mod and the base Seeker Mine would affect neutral players in the Dark Zone.
Fixed an issue where the UI indicated that certain Support Station mods were affecting neutral players.
Players are no longer able to kill Joe Ferro using explosives from the Strike Global Event while he is still in the spawning room.
The Division update 1.19 addressed an issue where a player dying during the Manhunt Interact caused the sound to loop.
The “Group gone Rogue” message no longer appears when a player with Rogue status enters the game while not in a group.
Fixed an issue where the UI for the Rogue timers would flash between different times.
Fixed various locations in the Dark Zone where the player could get stuck.
Certain Named NPCs tended to disappear from the Underground. We forced them back.
The Division version 1.19 addressed issues related to a confused JTF officer.
Fixed a weird door.
Fixed the display of the Survival weekly assignment for players under maximum level.
The Division 1.19 addressed an issue where players would only receive one cache instead of three when completing the secret mission.
“Marathon” Commendation now requires players to access the Camp Clinton safe house in order to unlock.
The “Facetime“ Commendation now tracks requirements appropriately.
The Division update 1.19 addressed the activity modifier requirement for some Global Event commendations.
“Search and Destroy” Commendation now tracks for missions completed.
“Flawless Underground” Commendation has been fixed to be awarded when all conditions are met.
“Directive Executive” Commendation now awards when the proper conditions are met.
Commendations for the Global Event: Assault will no longer appear if the Global Event is not active.
Fixed an issue where the area of effect of the Firecrest fire was larger than the visuals indicated.
Fixed an issue where players were getting stuck on a concrete block in West Side Pier.
The Division patch 1.19 fixed an instance in West Side Pier where players could get stuck outside playable area.
Somehow located and removed an invisible ladder.
There was a wall in Pier 93 that didn’t look right. It looks right now. We also fixed a weird ramp in there.
There was a corrupted texture outside of the Carrier. It has been rehabilitated.
Agents can no longer see outside of the game world in certain locations of Last Stand.
The Division update 1.19 fixed evil trash bin and bags.
Players will now be disconnected from the game servers when logging out of their PlayStation accounts.
The Division 1.19 fixed an issue where the player would get stuck on the loading screen when accepting a console game invite while on the loading screen.
The Division version 1.19 fixed various technical issues that would make the game crash on PC.
“Time Played” now appears on the Agent Selection screen instead of “Last Played”.
There were tabs in the store that appeared empty. We filled them.
Players can no longer see secondary weapons when previewing backpack skins.
New Classified Caches
During Global Events – Targeted caches available. Each event have 4 caches available for purchase containing the event’s corresponding sets.
Off season – A classified cache available for purchase, containing a guaranteed classified drop. It wants to be priced at 2500 Phoenix credits and will not be limited to Global Events.
Classified drop rates increase across the board to 6% (from 3%).
Legendary missions want to have a 20% chance of classified drops.
Season Pass supply drops want to have a 100% chance to drop a classified Gear and wants to be in addition contain 100 Division tech.
Weekly assignments rewards include 100 Division tech.
Daily assignments rewards include 25 Division tech.
All vendor exotics wants to be removed from the loot pool.
All non-vendor exotics wants to be added to the open world boss loot pool.
Resistance bosses want to reward 100 Global Event tokens each.
Previously, update 1.18 was released with the following changes.
Addressed an exploit that allowed players to reach infinite rounds per minute as they wielded weapon magazines and gear.
Fixed a bug where mods of weapons and equipment replaced and could not be retrieved from the camp if the player switched under certain conditions.
Addressed a bug where the feature optimizations were reset between two game sessions.
The article is now updated with the official the Division update 1.19 patch notes.