"Tom Clancy's The Division" was supposed to go into maintenance on June 2.Twitter/TheDivisionGame

"Tom Clancy's The Division," the popular first-person shooter from Ubisoft was affected with issues following the release of update 1.2 and the company promised deployment of patch that would solve some of the issues. The game was expected to undergo maintenance on June 2 but the company has announced that the process has been unsuccessful.

Natchai, the community manager at Ubisoft, said in a post on Ubisoft forum that the deployment of the patch was "unsuccessful" and that it has been "delayed." "Prior to deployment, it has been found that the patch was unsuccessful and has been delayed. As such, today's maintenance will finish early (approximately 12pm CEST)," Natchai said on the post. 

He also revealed that the Clear Sky Challenge mode, which was supposed to be released in May 31, has been delayed. "This also means that the deployment of the Clear Sky Challenge Mode has been delayed for the time being as well," the post added.

Natchai, however, promised to share information on the patch "soon." The information would also include the contents of the patch.

Previously, Ubisoft had shared details about the bugs list, the issues that were fixed and those that were not.

Meanwhile, Ubisoft is looking to develop a movie based on "Tom Clancy's The Division," that is likely to feature Hollywood star Jake Gyllenhaal, according to reports. 

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