New The Division 2 Patch Ensures Players Reach World Tier 5

Massive Entertainment has released a new patch for its online action role-playing title.
Massive Entertainment has released a new patch for its online action role-playing title. Ubisoft

The last major update for The Division 2 arrived two weeks ago, but developer Massive Entertainment has continued releasing smaller patches in an attempt to fix more important nagging issues.

Those smaller patches have recently arrived, bringing some quality of life improvements to the game. As always with these smaller patches, they are designed to fix bugs. The Division 2 update mainly focuses on fixes for bugs that tend to appear in the last Title Update 3, which was introduced with the game’s first raid experience, Operation Dark Hours.

According to the official patch notes, the update fixes an issue that prevents players from entering the Nelson Theater Classified Assignment. It also solves the problem players often experienced in World Tier 5.

Basically, players were reporting about issues preventing them from progressing to the max tier. Fortunately, Massive Entertainment managed to find a solution that should fix this problem and keep it at bay.

In addition, the developers made some significant improvements to the delivery of the arm patch, particularly on the first-week completion of Operation Dark Hours. It turns out that some players were unable to complete the raid following the launch week. Massive has fixed the issue and players should be able to obtain their arm patch retroactively.

The patch notes also mentioned a fix intended for a glitch which causes The Division 2 players to fall directly into an empty world. This glitch tends to happen when players proceed with matchmaking for a Classified Assignment. Unfortunately, this fix is not included in the recent maintenance. According to community developer Chris Gansler, they are still working on a fix for this issue.

In the 3.1 update, which is still in progress, the developers are expected to bring forth the “Loot As Junk” button, which will allow players to easily put newly acquired items into the trash bin. That way, these items can just be either sold or deconstructed in bulk.

Here’s a full rundown of the new The Division 2 patch:

  • Fixed an issue preventing some players from entering Nelson Theater Classified Assignment
  • Fixed an issue where some players could not progress to World Tier 5.
  • Made improvements to the delivery of the arm patch for first-week completion of Operation Dark Hours. Players who beat the raid in the first week should be granted their arm patch retroactively.
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