The Division’s Public Test Server Delayed According to Ubisoft


Some bad news coming from Ubisoft Massive this week as the developer announced their scheduled Public Test Server for Tom Clancy’s The Division is delayed.

The studio will also not deliver their Special Report on update 1.4 as planned during the State of the Game podcast tomorrow. The PTS was announced following the news upcoming expansions will be delayed to fix glaring issues hampering the cover shooter.

Community developer Hamish Bode announced the news in a recent blog post on the Ubisoft Forums.

“We mentioned last week on State of the Game that we would be hosting a Special Report for Update 1.4. tomorrow (Tuesday the 13th). We will need to delay this show as at this stage we wouldn’t be able to show all of the content we would like to.

“While the Special Report format demands that we be more complete in the type of things that we show, we’ll be using our weekly State of the Game to give you some more concrete solutions that will be present in Update 1.4.

“In other news, the PTS will not be available this Thursday as previously stated. After playing the build with our Elite Task Force it became clear that to have the PTS process be valuable for us in terms of feedback, we would need some more time to include key elements that are critical to the overall Update 1.4 experience.

“Transparency is something that we know our community wants, and something that we aim to deliver every day. In this instance, it does mean that we need to share our schedule and intentions that are subject to shifting throughout the process. The alternative of ‘leaving you in the dark’ is not something we see as an option! We’re very eager to get this update out to all Agents while bringing you into the development process as much as we can and as soon as we have more information, we’ll let you know.”

It unknown when the PTS will begin as mentioned in the blog post, so make sure to stay tuned to LzyGmrs for when that news drops.

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