The Division Bug Removes Daily Missions, Fix Coming in April Update
"We apologize for the inconvenience."
Daily missions in Tom Clancy's The Division have disappeared due to a bug, but Ubisoft has said the issue will be addressed in the April update.
"Please note that the issue with Daily Hard and Challenging missions will be fixed with the Update deployed on April 12," the game's official Twitter account posted.
"This means that Daily Hard and Challenging missions will not be available until April 12. We apologize for the inconvenience."
The Division's April update will be free an Incursion, which are the game's versions of raids. Falcon Lost, this game's first Incursion, is an end-game mission that challenges players to work together to complete its objectives. Matchmaking can be used to find teammates, but there's needs to be good communication between each player, as there are no checkpoints. That means if your team is killed, you'll have to start over.
Other features coming with the update include new gear sets, which unlock specific talents when equipped with matching pieces, and trading. Items can be traded with other players by dropping them on the ground, which allows other players in your group to then pick them up.
A spectator camera will also be added, along with assignments (weekly and daily missions that reward you with Phoenix credits). The full 1.1 patch notes for the April update have been release, you can see all the new features, balance changes, and bug fixes here.
Another free update called Conflict will deliver an Incursion set in Columbus Circle at some point in the future.
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