We’ve all seen day one patches for games- it’s not uncommon for this to happen, especially when they come from big studios. These studios are able to identify and then fix the issues with the game before it gets released.
Ubisoft has recently released the patch sizes for Tom Clancy’s The Division 2, and it’s worth mentioning that you need to make some space, especially if you want the game on PS4. We’re all looking forward to playing the game, that’s for sure.
“Title Update 1” is now crystal clear, without any bugs and with many improvements, and it will have about 48 or 52 GB for Xbox One or PC – it really depends on your location and your preferred language. It’s large, but it’s almost nothing if we are to compare it with the PS4 version of this update. That version will have around 88-92 GB, and it’s the biggest patch size on the platform.
In addition to this, all of the platforms will come with a much smaller “Title Update 1.5”, worth of 2GB, and it will be meant for fixing audio issues that are found during the recent beta of the game.
When is the release date of the game?
According to some sources, Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 will get released on the 15th of March.
For those of you who will download it from the internet, you might want to pre-order the game’s Gold and Ultimate Editions, too, if you want to be perfectly ready for the 3-day early access. That started on the 10th of March. The Standard Edition owners can start pre-loading on the 13th of March, at 12:01.
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