Every time an update of the release size of Episode 2 TU6 arrives at a game like The Division 2, no matter how many tests there have been, unfortunately, there are still errors that must be eliminated. To achieve a couple of them, an unscheduled maintenance period is taking place today, but after the downtime there should be a couple of quite important solutions.
Incoming unscheduled maintenance in 40 minutes, agents. Expected downtime of 1 hour and 30 minutes.
Corrected to improve server stability that should reduce disconnections experienced by some players.
The recalibration score limit will now be correctly 150. photo. twitter.com/d6UicpYxrJ[19659004-24—TheDivision2(@TheDivisionGame) October 17, 2019
The first is the recalibration score limit, which is supposed to be 150 but has been exceeding much more than this since then TU6 expelled. Today's work should see that it reaches its correct level.
Perhaps even more problematic, many have been watching server disconnections while playing The Division 2, and for an always online game, that means there is no happy and fun time to solve the messy streets of Washington DC Maintenance should also make servers more stable. I wait at least.
This is just a small maintenance period to solve a couple of high-level problems, there is still a fairly considerable list of errors that the developer needs to solve. Fortunately, there is a complete list in the Ubisoft forums, which includes what has been resolved so far.
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