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Tom Clancy’s The Division Maintenance Happening Later Today

by Damian Seeto


Ubisoft has announced that another scheduled maintenance is happening on Tom Clancy’s The Division today. You won’t be able to play the game until it is finished.

Ubisoft announced the scheduled maintenance on the official forums. They said: “The servers will shut down for maintenance on Thursday, April 21 at 09:00 am Cest/03:00 am Edt/00:00 am Pdt. Estimated downtime is approximately 2 hours.

Ubisoft already did its weekly 3 hour maintenance on Tuesday. Today’s one however adds a few things and improves on some of the issues that gamers have been experiencing. A changelog for the improvements made was also posted via the official The Division forums.

Falcon Lost: The APC will now only take damage from C4 and Characters will now be killed when going inside the spawn closet.  Gameplay: Weapon mods added automatically to a newly crafted weapon can now be deconstructed properly

UI: Fixed an issue where items from the Reward Claim Vendor would be granted abnormally PC: Fixed an issue where using ASCII code in in-game chat could lead to client crash

It’s unlikely the maintenance will last over 2 hours, but we will let you know if it goes overtime. We will also alert you whenever other updates are coming to the game.

Update: Scheduled maintenance has finished and the game should be playable now.

- This article was updated on:April 21st, 2016

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