After further maintenance this morning, Tom Clancy's The Division 2 servers are now available again on PC and console. The changes have already been announced in the forum. This time, minor bugs were removed from the agent shooter. The second test phase of the next major update (TU10) has also started on the test servers.
This morning, the Tom Clancy's The Division 2 team did some server maintenance for a few hours. From 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Ubisoft's agent shooter was not available. In the meantime, The Division 2 can be played on all platforms again, as those responsible in the forum said. The list of changes that ended up on the servers today was also published there. This time the focus was on problem fixes.
After the developers had fixed a bug last week that prevented the doors from opening during "Break Through The Black Tusk Force" in the main DARPA research laboratory mission, a problem with the doors now appears to have arisen again. With today's maintenance work, the error has now been rectified again. In addition, an issue has been resolved from the shooter where base game owners could access search activity after switching servers with a Warlords of New York owner.
TU10 currently playable on the test servers
If you already want to take a look at the next Title Update from The Division 2, you can currently try out the new changes on the test servers on the PC. The second phase of TU10 is already underway. You can also find the patch notes in Forum from Ubisoft. However, the release is still unknown.
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