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The Division's daily missions go missing again, Ubisoft looking into 'permanent solution'

Ubisoft says, "A permanent solution to this recurring problem is being looked into."

Ubisoft's The Division is having more problems.

Developer Ubisoft Massive announced on Twitter today that, for the second time in less than a month, the game's Daily Missions have vanished. The studio is now "looking into" how it can permanently fix this issue.

"We are aware that Daily Missions are missing once again today," Ubisoft said. "A permanent solution to this recurring problem is being looked into."

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The Division's Daily Missions disappeared in early April due to a bug, but were later restored. Ubisoft did not share any further insight into the problem that's causing the Daily Missions to vanish or what steps it is taking toward the aforementioned solution.

We'll report back with new information as it becomes available.

Outside of this problem, Ubisoft recently frankly acknowledged the game's recent glitch/exploit problems and outlined the steps it's taking to provide a "smooth, high-quality experience." One part of this was a massive wave of suspensions and bans for cheaters.

The Division launched in March for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. It was the top-selling physical game in the US during the month, while it was also reportedly the highest-grossing digital console game worldwide.