"Prior to deployment, it has been found that the patch was unsuccessful and has been delayed."
In the Ubisoft forums today, Ubisoft Massive announced that it has delayed the latest patch for The Division, which was scheduled to go live when servers went offline at 8am CEST today. Due to the delay the servers will remain online. The reason for the delay? The patch was "unsuccessful."
"Prior to deployment, it has been found that the patch was unsuccessful and has been delayed," the update reads. "This also means that the deployment of the Clear Sky Challenge Mode has been delayed for the time being as well. We will share more info on when the patch will be deployed and what it contains as soon as we can. Thank you for your patience."
A May 25 update for the post-apocalyptic shooter, Update 1.2, or "Conflict," had multiple issues reported, including Intel currency not unlocking missions, performance issues, missing bosses, and a resetting raid, as well as disappearing characters. In the April update, Update 1.1, the same issue was reported.
In other The Division news, it was recently reported that there might be a movie starring Jake Gyllenhaal.