Here's When The Division's Game Breaking Bug Will Be Fixed
Update 1.1 will address backpack issue.
Ubisoft has confirmed a bug in The Division that locks players out of the game after a high-end backpack is crafted will be fixed on April 12, as part of update 1.1. The announcement was made on the game's official forum by community manager Natchai Stappers.
"We will be deploying a fix in update 1.1 on April 12 that should resolve instances of the infinite loading/backpack issue," he said. "Due to this fix requiring a client patch, we cannot deploy it at an earlier date. We thank you for your patience."
On March 31, Ubisoft acknowledged the problem and said that it has identified the cause of the bug, adding a patch to fix the issue will be released "as soon as possible." It also provided a recommendation for how to avoid the issue in the meantime.
Developer Ubisoft Massive has announced a free update will be released for the game on April. It introduces the first raid, which is called an Incursion. Titled "Falcon Lost," it is a high-end mission that requires teamwork and coordination to complete. Level 31 gear is required take on the mission, and there will also be the option to play it in a higher difficulty mode.
Following the April update, a second Incursions update called "Conflict" will launch in May. It adds new Dark Zone features and an additional incursion in Manhattan's Columbus Circle. After that, three paid expansions will be released for The Division, and you can get all of the details about them here.
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