The developers for Ubisoft Massive release an update for players of Tom Clancy’s The Division on Xbox One to fix the game’s double UI bug on the console.

It’s no secret that Tom Clancy’s The Division is continuing to have a rough go of it. Not only has Ubisoft Massive’s wildly popular third-person shooter been plagued by problems since the game’s Update 1.2 launched, which has caused characters to get deleted and has put the title in a seemingly constant state of maintenance, but also some of the fixes being implemented aren’t even working. For instance, just today, the studio reported that the latest update has failed, forcing Clear Sky’s challenge mode to be delayed.

Nevertheless, even though Ubisoft Massive has had some setbacks attempting to thwart¬†The Division‘s infestation of bugs, there have also been a handful of victories, such as the effective implementation of the game’s double UI bug fix on the PS4. Now, springboarding off of that particular success, developers have put out Patch 1.05 for Xbox One, which intends to rectify the same problem the PS4 had of menus unnecessarily overlapping one another.

As seen in the tweet below, the 2.8 GB client fix for The Division on Xbox One is almost half the size of the one for PS4, as the latter was a whopping 4.5 gigs. Plus, since the patch was deployed by developers this morning, it should be live now. Of course, once the update is applied, players should restart their games and systems altogether in order to make sure it works.

XB1: We will be deploying a client fix for the Double UI issue in about 30 minutes. Patch size is 2.8Gb. Make sure to restart your client.— The Division (@TheDivisionGame) June 2, 2016

While The Division‘s developers continue to put forth an effort on smoothing out all of the issues that have cropped up thus far, players of the action-MMO have used the instances of bugs and glitches as fodder to make jokes about the announcement of a movie based on the game starring Jake Gyllenhaal. As a matter of fact, several clever fans have stated that once the film releases in theaters, it will have to be taken down after the first week for maintenance.

At any rate, it’s safe to assume that most, if not all fans hope that The Division‘s developers finally go on to get a handle on the title’s myriad in-game issues. After all, it shouldn’t matter what video game someone plays as long as they’re enjoying themselves and not harming anyone else. So, really, nobody deserves to have their favorite games bogged down by post-launch problems.

Did you encounter the double UI glitch in The Division on Xbox One? Have you come across any other problems in the game that have yet to be reported? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

Tom Clancy’s The Division is out now and is available on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

Source: The Division – Twitter