The Division 2 July 30th update re-introduces leaderboards, fixes items exploit & crafting bench issue

Ubisoft has released a new server-side update for Tom Clancy’s The Division 2. Since this is a server-side update, players will not have to download anything at all. Furthermore, the team has also revealed the changelog for this update that you can find below.

According to the release notes, the July 30th update re-introduces the leaderboard for a number of raid completions and makes Camp White Oak, Manning National Zoo missions and the Kenly College Expedition available to all players.

Furthermore, this update fixes an issue causing the crafting bench not being upgradeable to Gear Score 500 for some players as well as an exploit that would allow players to receive a large amount of items by shooting a Supply Drop.

Below you can find the complete changelog for The Division 2’s server-side update.

The Division 2 July 30th Update Release Notes

  • Camp White Oak, Manning National Zoo missions and the Kenly College Expedition will become available to all players.
  • Re-introduced the leaderboard for number of raid completions. In order to update your leaderboard from displaying 0 completions, an addition completion of Washington National Airport is required. Note the number of completions does not apply to Discovery mode.
  • Fixed an issue causing the crafting bench not being upgradeable to Gear Score 500 for some players.
  • Fixed an exploit that would allow players to receive a large amount of items by shooting a Supply Drop.

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