The Division Servers Going Down Tomorrow, Here's Exactly When and for How Long

Tomorrow's downtime will be used to fix a High Value Target bug.


The Division's servers will be offline tomorrow, May 27, for maintenance, Ubisoft has announced. The downtime will commence at 2 AM PST / 5 AM EST and is expected to run for two hours, ending at 4 AM PST / 7 AM EST.

Ubisoft conducted server maintenance for The Division today, but is following up with another clean-up tomorrow to fix one of the game's known issues. The update will fix a problem where players would get the reward from High Value Target bosses even after failing the mission.

It's been a big week for The Division. The game's latest free update, 1.2/Conflict, came out on Tuesday, introducing a new Incursion, more PvE content, and changes to the loot system, among other things. For more on the update, check out the full patch notes here.

The new update has not gone entirely to plan, as it's caused some characters to vanish. You can check out this GameSpot story to see even more of The Division's known issues caused by 1.2.

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Recently, Ubisoft acknowledged that The Division's end-game content was lacking. The new Incursion and the PvE activities that came to the game with 1.2 are designed to draw players back.

This update is The Division's second free one, following Incursions in April. Paid expansions Underground, Survival, and Last Stand are coming later.

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