The Division 2 Servers Down - Delta 03, Division 2 Maintenance Schedule

The Division 2 Servers Down - Delta 03, Division 2 Maintenance Schedule

Having trouble getting into The Division 2? Here's the latest information on the server status, and maintenance schedule for the game.

The Division 2 is now out worldwide, but since it's a game that requires a steady online connection, there's always a need for the servers to be operating at maximum capacity. In this Division 2 errors guide, we'll be bringing you up to speed with all the current known issues for Ubisoft's online shooter, as well as detailing the Division 2 maintenance schedule, so you know when the game is going to be offline.

For more info on The Division 2, be sure to check out our The Division 2 Everything We Know Page. It has a bunch of info on what to expect from the game, including how it acts as a sequel to the first entry.

The Division 2 Servers Down - Delta 03 error

The Division 2 is getting a big update today, April 5, and as such is going down for maintenance for three hours.

Maintenance to deploy Invasion: Battle for D.C. incoming tomorrow, April 5th at 09:30 AM CEST / 03:30 AM EDT / 12:30 AM PDT, approximately 3 hours.

Once this maintenance is complete, The Division 2 should be back online and ready to play once more.

The Division 2 Connecting to Online Services Error - Delta 03

One error that has been cropping up in The Division 2 is the ‘Connecting to Online Services’ error loop. This occurs when starting up the game, and sees the intro loading segment repeating itself over and over. This is likely due to strain on the servers at launch, though users have shown that quitting out of the game and restarting will fix it.

The Division 2 Crashing at Character Creation Screen

One of the most common bugs currently affecting players is one which causes the game to crash during the character creation screen. It is not known why this error is occurring, though keep in mind that you will not be able to change the face, body type and skin tone of your character once you’re done. It might be best then, to wait until there is a fix for this particular error.

The Division 2 ‘You’re Early Agent' Message

Given that The Division 2 is set to go live at different times depending on timezone, it might be confusing as to when you’ll be able to jump in. If you’re too early, you’ll be presented with a message stating ‘you’re early, agent’. This indicates that The Division 2 servers have not gone live in your area yet. It’s worth trying to get in though, as we were able to continue past this message and into the full game.

That’s all of the main Division 2 errors that we’ve encountered thus far. We’ll be adding more in as we hear about them, and offering fixes as they crop up.

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Jake Green

Guides Editor

Jake is a former freelance writer who now heads up guides for USG. He spends his days dreaming of an X-Files dating-sim and will play literally any game with monkeys in it. He has an unhealthy obsession with Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and would pretty much trade a kidney for Skate 4 at this point.

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