The Division 2 servers are down this afternoon following an announcement late last night on the games official Twitter account.
“The servers will shut down for maintenance on Thursday, June 27th at 03:00 PM CEST / 09:00 AM EDT / 06:00 AM PDT.” explained an Ubisoft blog post.
“Estimated downtime is approximately 3 hours..”
For those in the UK that means the server downtime will begin at 2pm BST, with maintenance lasting until (roughly) 5pm BST.
As with any downtime for service games, prepare for the server maintenance to (potentially) take a little bit longer if things don’t go to plan.
Ahead of time the developers have provided a small list of fixes rolling out with today update. These can be found below.
- Fixed an issue that allowed players to transfer the exotic talent from the Dodge City Gunslinger exotic holster.
- Fixed an issue with the Basilisk armor that prevented Special Field Research progression under certain circumstances.
- Fixed an issue that allowed players to acquire unintended amounts of signature weapon ammo.
- Fixed an issue that caused NPC armor to be stronger than intended.
These points were covered in the latest State of the Game stream with the dev team last night. However, there are a number of other issues beig looked at which you can see listed below the youtube video.
Current issues being looked at in The Division 2:
- Signature Weapons – Washington Airport 150 ammunition bug.
- Long loading times and players getting Error Codes when logging in.
- If you’re getting OSCAR-03 errors, a workaround can be to download the patch on another Internet connection. That’s only a temporary solution and a real fix is being worked on.
- FOXTROT errors are being worked on and seem to be related to problematic servers on the West Coast US.
- Players can become stuck when dying while locked in place, e.g. when locked down by riot foam.
- Reports of increased difficulty are being looked into.
- Killing wildlife to get Specialization ammo is a bug and will be fixed. Stop being monsters.
- The Division 2
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