Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 Patch 2.1 will be available next week, will address numerous issues

Ubisoft has announced that a new patch for The Division 2 will be released next week. According to the release notes, patch 2.1 will have a fix for the bench not upgrading to World Tier 5, which will also fix the issue for players that have their crafting bench stuck in different World Tiers.

Furthermore, this update will come with a fix for players getting stuck in the revive animation, will address the two piece gear set bonus of True Patriot bug, and will bring some tweaks and fixes to the Revive Hive.

Although Ubisoft did not reveal the full release notes for this update, it did share its key features that you can find below.

The Division 2 Patch 2.1 Key Features

Crafting Bench

  • We have a fix for the bench not upgrading to World Tier 5 in the works.
  • This will also fix the issue for players that have their crafting bench stuck in different World Tiers.

Characters getting stuck

  • We are trying to reproduce this internally. If you have more information on the topic, please share it with us (e.g. if you’re experiencing high latency).
  • We have one fix for players getting stuck in the revive animation.

Revive Hive

  • Made first improvements with TU2.
  • Another fix incoming to reduce more occurrences in 2.1.
  • We’ll apply more fixes in the future as needed.

True Patriot

  • Fix coming to address the two piece gear set bonus of True Patriot not working.

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