The Division‘s official Twitter page releases a statement on a new bug in the game that removes daily missions. A fix will come tomorrow, in the large April 12th update.
Despite a number of new blockbuster games dropping this month, many gamers are still busy with Tom Clancy’s The Division. These players are grinding for the best gear in an attempt to prepare themselves for the game’s upcoming Falcon Lost Incursion, but a new bug in The Division has made that grind a little more difficult.
The bug in question has completely removed hard and challenging level daily missions from the game. It’s unclear at this point what has triggered the bug, but Ubisoft is aware of the problem and is working on a solution. The Division‘s official Twitter page released this statement on the issue:
“Please note that the issue with Daily Hard and Challenging missions will be fixed with the Update deployed on April 12. This means that Daily Hard and Challenging missions will not be available until April 12. We apologize for the inconvenience.”
As the company’s statement illustrates, fans can expect the bug affecting The Division‘s daily missions to be fixed tomorrow. Tomorrow is also when the Falcon Lost Incursion is being added to the game as part of The Division‘s large April 12th update, which will also add a different kind of daily missions to the game that will be used to farm the endgame currency of Phoenix Credits.
Even without access to The Division‘s daily missions until tomorrow, however, max level players should still be able to adequately prepare for the Incursion. This can be accomplished by replaying story missions on a harder difficulty setting, taking advantage of a loot cave that hasn’t been patched out yet, or by following this helpful Dark Zone farming path.
Players have had a little over a month now to reach the game’s level cap and start grinding for the best gear, so the more dedicated Division players should already be good to go. Furthermore, those that aren’t quite ready to jump into the first Incursion as soon as it drops can always wait and tackle it a little later on.
It’s clear that the April 12th update for The Division will be quite substantial, adding the game’s first raid, the ability to trade items with other players, a new type of daily missions, and offering fixes to lingering issues with the game, such as the aforementioned daily mission bug. It’s good to see Ubisoft continue to support The Division with updates like these, and fans can look forward to more free content updates along with paid DLC expansions in the future.
Tom Clancy’s The Division is available now for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.