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

Don't expect any gameplay changes.


Ubisoft Massive will conduct regular maintenance on The Division's servers tomorrow, June 23, the developer has announced. As part of this, the game's servers will be offline for a period of roughly two hours, beginning at 12 AM PDT/3 AM EDT and stretching until 2 AM PDT/5 AM EDT.

In a forum post, Ubisoft said the maintenance is for "server optimizations and to clean up the databases." Don't expect any gameplay changes.

Ubisoft conducts maintenance on The Division's servers every Thursday (it used to take place on Tuesdays), so nothing is out of the ordinary here.

The Division's next substantial update arrives on June 28. A patch released alongside the Underground expansion on that date will introduce "significant" changes to weapon balance, as well as fixes for unspecified bugs. The update will also make some further gameplay changes, and add new weapons and one new gear set.

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Although The Division's Underground expansion will only be available for Xbox One and PC players on June 28 (it's coming to PS4 on August 2), players on all platforms will receive update 1.3 on that day.

Underground is The Division's first of three paid expansions. The others are Survival, which was discussed briefly at E3 last week, and Last Stand.

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