Another day, another delay. This delay is for Tom Clancy’s: The Division 2. Season 11 was set to release tomorrow, February 7, but that date will no longer be possible. “In preparing for Season 11, we began experiencing a series of delays in our localization process, consequently impacting the experience for many players around the world.” The game’s official Twitter began. “Therefore, after much discussion, we have made the difficult decision to move the release of Season 11 and the livestream to a later date.”
As of now, no further information has been shared regarding a newly designated release date, and due to the sudden delay, just three days before the release, Season 11 probably won’t be right around the corner.
The team did apologize for the delay and some Twitter comments seemed fine with the change of date for the most part. Others, however, were not so happy. One user even shared the game's original roadmap which had Season 11 scheduled for December. “Maybe, next time, refrain from posting your roadmap which are never respected, cause we’re no longer talking about delay at this level.”
Maybe, Next time, refrain from posting your roadmap which are never respected, cause we’re no longer talking about delay at this level. pic.twitter.com/KM6YnPNuT2
— Yoyo 🇨🇦 (@DB_ACLEGACY) February 4, 2023
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