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The Division 2's daily and weekly projects have been disabled

If you've made plans to complete some daily or weekly projects in The Division 2, post-apocalyptic D.C. is going to have to make do without your help for a little while longer. An exploit had led to them being disabled until the issue is fixed. 

Servers went down on Sunday with only a few minutes of warning after the exploit appeared. It allowed players to get rewards from projects multiple times, netting them a nice windfall. The Division 2 was only down briefly, but the restart didn't fix the issue. 

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Players were allowed back in after 15 minutes, but they haven't been able to complete projects or get the loot they provide since. They've been disabled for a day, but there's no word of a fix yet. Keep an eye on this post for updates. 

The last patch also seems to have made signature weapon ammo a rare commodity, with some players reporting that they've not found any, while others have noted that it's harder to find. The issue's being investigated

Bugs aside, the update sounds like a strong addition to the endgame. Samuel jumped in last week and called it "some of the most fun I've had playing a third-person shooter in years". Check out his Tidal Basin impressions

Cheers, PCGamesN.

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