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The Division Servers Going Down Tomorrow for Maintenance, Changes Announced

Servers will be unavailable for two hours tomorrow and will return with changes to Falcon Lost raid and more.


The Division's servers will be offline tomorrow for maintenance, Ubisoft has announced. They will go down starting April 21 at midnight PST / 3 AM EST, with the downtime expected to stretch for two hours.

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During the maintenance period, Ubisoft will implement a few changes, including tweaks to the Falcon Lost raid. First, the APC will only take damage from C4 after the update is applied, while players who venture inside of a "spawn closet" will be killed instantly.

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It is unclear if this update will fix the controversial Falcon Lost exploit or the recently discovered glitch that allows players to deal unlimited damage. You can see the full list of changes coming to The Division tomorrow below.

The Division April 21 Patch Notes:

Falcon Lost

  • The APC will now only take damage from C4
  • Characters will now be killed when going inside the spawn closet


  • Weapon mods added automatically to a newly crafted weapon can now be deconstructed properly


  • 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

The Division's April update, which was released on April 12, introduced a number of welcome features and the raid-like Incursions, but it also suffered from numerous problems. Some players discovered their characters had gone missing and the game's Daily Challenges also vanished. These issues have since been resolved, but have been replaced by the new problems mentioned above.

The patch was the first major update to The Division since its record-breaking launch in March.

Falcon Lost is The Division's first Incursion. The next one is set in New York's Columbus Circle and comes with the Conflicts update in May. Following this, Ubisoft plans to release paid expansions further into the summer and beyond.

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