The Division 2 Day One Patch Will Break The Internet

The Division 2 day one patch is going to break your internet. Ubisoft has announced a day one pact for The Division 2 that will probably fill up your HDD up to its neck. The Division 2 day one update is 48GB on Xbox One and 52 GB on PC.

Rest assured if you are downloading the game from PSN, uPlay, Epic, and Xbox Live Marketplace, there is no need to worry about the day one patch. Digital version of The Division 2 will download updated with the day one patch changes and improvements.

Meanwhile, those with physical versions of the game are going to need 88-92GB of space on PS4. The official Ubisoft website:

If you purchased a physical copy of the game, begin by installing the game. You will then be prompted to download and install Title Update 1; expect a 48-52 GB download, depending on your region and preferred language. Whether you installed the game from a disc or bought it digitally, the final HDD install size, including the patch, will be 48-52 GB.

On top of this update, there is a 2GB title update that rolls out on March 11. The Division 2 update deals with occurrences of audio missing or cutting out experienced during the beta. Keep in mind that players who already have the private or open beta downloaded already would require the full game download.

The patch notes for day one update aren’t yet available but we expect Ubisoft to share its details in post-release.

The game is currently in early access for those who bought the Gold or Ultimate Edition. Public release of The Division 2 is scheduled for March 15 on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Servers for the game has gone live in North America but players already used VPNs to access The Division 2.

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