If you've arrived on this page it's probably because The Division 2 servers are currently offline for Maintenance, and you're looking for server status updates. Ubisoft are taking The Division 2 servers offline to re-introduce the leaderboard for a number of raid completions, so this is scheduled maintenance.
You may have also received a message saying the "The Division 2 services are not available at this time. Please try again later," or "The Division 2 Disconnected" if you've been trying to play the game. The scheduled downtime is due to last for 3 hours, and afterwards there will be a new patch to download.
The Division 2 Server Status
"The servers will shut down for maintenance on Tuesday, December 10th at 9:30 AM CET / 3:30 AM EST / 0:30 AM PST. Estimated downtime is approximately 4 hours."
This update is concerned with the launch of Title Update 6.1. Find the patch notes below. We'll keep you updated on The Division 2's server status as the Maintenance period goes on.
The maintenance was prolonged due to Ubisoft identifying a critical issue when implementing Title Update 6.1. Maintenance is now expected to conclude at 06:30 PM CET.
We have identified the cause of the issue and are working on implementing a fix. This needs additional testing, and we unfortunately have to extend maintenance. New ETA for servers coming back online: 06:30 PM CET (in 3 hours). Thanks for your patience!— The Division 2 (@TheDivisionGame) December 10, 2019
While we wait for Ubisoft to reveal more on the game's maintenance period and information on the latest patch notes, check out our handy Delta-03 error code guide, should you encounter any further difficulties. As for the patch notes themselves, they're sure to be posted on the .
We'll keep you posted on any other Division 2 server maintenance schedules that might be coming up over the coming months, so please keep us bookmarked for the latest information.
The Division 2 Mike01 Error
MIKE01 error is simple; "The Division 2 services are not available at this time. Please try again later," it says, making it clear that it's a connectivity issue. According to the official word from Ubisoft, MIKE01 should, ideally, only appear in cases where the game is under maintenance.
In case you're receiving theeven while the server isn't under maintenance, the issue might - hopefully - be resolved by a quick PC restart. This is, however, not always the case, so we'd suggest checking if some other Internet problem is plaguing your connection.
Ubisoft also recommends running the integrated Windows Internet connectivity troubleshooter, in case nothing else works. Anyhow, chances are that you'll never run into MIKE01, short of those instances in which the game is under maintenance, so here's hoping!