Tom Clancy’s The Division has had about as good a start as one could expect from an always online game. Millions of players jumping onto the same game, at the same time caused uPlay outages, and servers to reach capacity. Things have calmed somewhat, with uPlay definitely back up and running, allowing the majority of players to get on. However, some errors persist in the form of Delta, MIKE, and Romeo error codes. So, for those that can be solved, here’s how to fix Delta error codes.
Unfortunately not all of them rely on your or your PC/console. MIKE and Romeo error codes indicate that the servers for the game aren’t operating, so you really just have to wait a while and try again later. If the issue persists you’ll want to hit up Ubisoft customer support. This is also true of a couple of Delta error codes, such as Delta 20000933 and Delta 20010159. Just give the game some time and try it again later to see if the servers are back.
However, there are other Delta error codes that you can fix yourself, or at least give it a good shot. Delta 20010186 indicates that something on your end is blocking the game from reaching the servers it needs. If you have a VPN or some type of IP blocker, such as PeerBlock, check those out. You might have to disable them, or at least allow through Ubisoft servers.
If that doesn’t seem to be the problem, and you’re playing The Division on PC then follow these steps: open a command prompt as an administrator, type netsh advfirewall reset and hit enter, then do the same for netsh int ip reset, netsh int ipv6 reset, and netsh winsock reset. These commands shouldn’t hurt anything, but they’ll restart your network devices and a few settings. For console players, you’ll probably want to do a restart of your router and contact your ISP to see if they’re blocking anything on their end.
Hopefully these tips helped and you’re already back to saving Manhattan in The Division.
- This article was updated on:April 17th, 2017