The Division 2 is but a mere few days away, moving the action to the ravaged streets of Washington D.C. While Massive Entertainment have, most likely, been working at ironing out the kinks since last month's beta, a couple of familiar issues have made their presence known.
The Delta-03 error message in particular is one that players have reported, and which actually goes back to the original title. Here's what we know about it.
What is the Delta-03 Error Message in The Division 2?
The Division 2 players have reported getting the Delta-03 error message in a variety of instances, from right before an area boss or attempting to join friends to simply navigating the menu. Thus, it's hard to pinpoint an exact set of actions that causes it.
That's most likely due to the fact that the Delta-03 error message is tied to the game's servers. During The Division 2's beta, Ubisoft has released a patch that removed a handful of causes for the issue. Unfortunately, that also means that, as a player, there's not a whole lot that can be done.
Periodically restarting your PC or network hardware are listed as solutions on Ubisoft's forums, but neither of them guarantee that the Delta-03 error message won't occur again in the future. Hopefully, once The Division 2 launches, the error message won't be widespread. We'll update this article if and when fixes for the issue appear, so keep an eye out.