'The Division' Update 1.05 Arrives On PS4, Fixes Double UI Issue

As reported previously, "The Division" players were getting various in-game bugs after receiving 1.2 update. Fortunately, the issues were fixed at least for the game's PC version. But now, an update has finally went live to PlayStation 4.

According to PlayStationLifeStyle, Ubisoft has just unleashed "The Division" update 1.05 to PlayStation 4. The said update is set to fix the double UI issue that fans were experiencing shortly after update 1.2.

"The Division" update 1.05 has a file size of 4.5GB. While it really weighs enormously, it is bound to fix the aforesaid issue only -- nothing more, nothing less. Nonetheless, the studio is expected to release some fixes and changes, among others, via a reportedly free update in the weeks to come.

The bug that update 1.2 brought made the game's UI to duplicate, causing difficulty in reading and/or adjusting things. And in order for "The Division" players to resolve the issue, they have to manually restart the game prior to proceeding.

It holds true that the issue has been fixed in both PlayStation 4 and PC versions. However, as far as the Xbox One platform is concerned, "The Division" update 1.05 has yet to arrive, as reported by WCCFTech. Ubisoft has also yet to release a formal announcement as to when the update will arrive on the console.

As for another issue, the DZ06 teleport, the studio is looking at June 2 as the maintenance schedule to fix it. The upcoming "The Division" maintenance will also cover the bug in High Value Targets, which is not working properly.

Furthermore, a new titled update (which is 1.3) will bring out fixes to the game. It will hit the Critical Search & Destroy mission boards issue as well as the falling into the map bug.

"The Division" is now available across all platforms -- PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Ubisoft is said to reveal the date(s) of their planned update in the coming weeks.

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