Tom Clancy's The Division weekly update moved to Thursday.

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According to the announcement on official twitter account for Tom Clancy’s: The Division, the team had decided to move the game’s weekly maintenance window to Thursday mornings, beginning this week.

Since Tom Clancy’s The Division was released, every Tuesday Ubisoft took the servers off for approximately three-hour for weekly maintenance. And it is scheduled on Thursday changing up the time.

After confirming that there won’t be any change in schedule this Tuesday, the developer had announced a permanent change to the game’s ongoing maintenance times.

Generally, Server maintenance in The Division is only held to give the game’s online servers time to reset. As many additional features are frequently added to The Division through title update patches that are deployed alongside these scheduled maintenance times, the weekly downtime is never guaranteed to actually implement new content.

Even if there has been a modification to what day Massive Entertainment will perform maintenance on Tom Clancy’s: The Division. The developer has already declared that the move won’t impact when the new weekly assignments will take turns. He says to fans that they can still expect the weekly missions and rewards to update on Tuesday mornings going forward.

And fans are already eagerly waiting for the update.

The timing would be same like before in the early mornings of Thursday, but the exact timing is not revealed yet.

A damage glitch for the moment would let players spectacularly increased the power of weapons by equipping the Competent talent. The talent is supposed to increase weapon damage by only 13 percent for 10 seconds after using a skill, but by switching between two weapons rapidly for about 5-10 minutes damage would skyrocket. This was also addressed in a recent update.

The division’s next free update, Conflicts is supposed to arrive on May.