The Division 2: Server Down – At These Times, The Open Beta Is Offline
At The Division 2 Open Beta, the servers are down today and tomorrow. All information about the downtimes on 2.3. and 3.3. you can find here.
When are the servers offline?
So far, developers are planning two hours of server maintenance work for the open beta weekend. At these times you can not log in, the servers are down.
Maintenance on March 2nd:
- Maintenance will take place from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm expected. Update: The servers are now down. Delta-01 error codes are displayed.
Maintenance on March 3rd:
- Maintenance will take place from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm expected.
- It is therefore advisable to play the open beta this weekend from the early afternoon.
- In addition, the end of the maintenance of Massive is only estimated – if the servers come back sooner or later, you will learn it here.
Does something change with the maintenance work? What is changing today? Massive does not provide patch notes for today or tomorrow. So far it is not known if improvements and bug fixes are made during maintenance.
What could change?
However, there are enough problems that have been discovered so far in the open beta. Multiple sound problems, especially with the primary weapon or too long game sessions.Overlaps and display errors in the UI.NPCs sometimes disappear when killed. In addition, some NPCs have animation issues.
The melee opponents who charge you do not take melee or bullet damage. In rare cases, enemies will not leave their spawn room when entering a safe house, other players may float through the air. Group members can sometimes freeze in the ad. Sometimes you cannot properly interact with objects in cover.
Changing the HDR option on the PS4 can lead to delta errors
And many more problems that are listed in the Ubi forum. Most of these bugs are massively eliminated with the Day-One patch for The Division 2. Others are still under investigation. Whether some problems are still fixed during the open beta, we learn during the course of today.
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