We are here to assist you out if you are wondering and trying to find out why you can not play Division 2 for now. Actually, there can be a lot of reasons for the same. The servers of the game might have gone down, because of which you can’t log-in to the game. The servers sometimes go offline because of a technical fault. But, most of the time, developers intentionally take down the servers for regular maintenance or to roll-out the latest updates to the game for new content.
We have created this post to keep you updated on the server status of the Division & Division 2 game. You can check out this post every time you face issues related to the game. Also, follow our new official Twitter handle (@DigiStatement) for the updated content.
The server status updates mentioned here are based on the official statement by the company. We will update the post as soon as possible. Also, we will be adding the newly updated content at the end of this post.
April 21 – Server Maintenance
Division 2 is currently down for scheduled server maintenance. According to the official statement by Ubisoft Support on Twitter, the game servers will shut down for maintenance on Tuesday, April 21 at 09:30 AM CEST / 03:30 AM EDT / 12:30 AM PDT to deploy Title Update 9. Also, the servers will undergo maintenance for 3 hour and during this time, the game will be unavailable.
Official Tweet –
The servers will shut down for maintenance on Tuesday, April 21 at 09:30 AM CEST / 03:30 AM EDT / 12:30 AM PDT to deploy Title Update 9.
Estimated downtime is approximately 3 hours.
Stay tuned, we will keep you updated with the latest news and server updates.
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