PSA – Maintenance for both The Division and The Division 2 has started. We'll be sure to update this page with more info as it becomes available.
Original Story – The Division 2 is releasing a new update this morning which will hopefully improve a few key areas of the game
As players will soon discover this morning it means the game will also be going offline for a few hours in order to apply the update.
A tweet from the official account last night told fans: Maintenance incoming tomorrow! The Division 2: April 16th at 09:30 AM CEST / 3:30 AM EDT / 12:30 AM PDT, approximately 3 hours.
For anyone unfamiliar with different time zones, that means the game will go offline at 8.30AM for anyone in the United Kingdom.
Though we imagine most console owners have moved on from the first Division game, let it also be known that it too is going offline for maintenance this morning. Details below:
"The Division: April 16th at 09:30 AM CEST / 3:30 AM EDT / 12:30 AM PDT, approximately 3 hours."
During this time you may notice you'll receive a 'Mike-01' error message when attempting to play the game. A 'MIKE' error message is related to the game not being able to access your profile. Because the game is offline, it obviously will be unable to access you profile.
Keep reading to see today's confirmed patch notes.
The Division 2 – Review
Although The Division 2 shines when playing in a squad, you can still have a blast on your own, ignoring the games online component entirely – until you hit the endgame, of course. This is where Ubisoft ratchets up the difficulty, rolling out a spread of both new and remixed content to keep its sharpest players on their toes. The promise of exotic loot will prove enticing enough for you to keep running these activities with more come in free future updates.
Speaking of loot, this is perhaps one area where the original Division stumbled. The web of systems surrounding gear, mods, crafting, and upgrades was messy and far too much work for what you were ultimately getting out of it.
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