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The Division 2 Title Update 19.4 Patch Notes

Ubisoft’s acclaimed action RPG, The Division 2, continues to evolve with its latest patch, Title Update 19.4 (TU19.4). This update brings a range of fixes and improvements to the game, enhancing the player experience.

To streamline the game’s operations, the Winter Projects have been disabled. This decision aligns with the game’s seasonal rotation and ongoing content updates.

A significant fix in this update addresses an issue in the deconstruction process of the Festive Delivery backpack. Players will now correctly receive Backpack Weave materials, ensuring a smoother and more rewarding crafting experience.

You can find the patch notes below.

The Division 2 TU19.4 Patch Notes


  • Disabled Winter Projects.
  • Fixed the issue with the wrong optimization materials being received instead of “Backpack Weave” when deconstructing Festive Delivery backpack.


  • Fixed the issue with The Recruiter mask backpack trophy not being received after completing the climax mission for the first time.
  • The issue of not receiving extra XP when increasing the difficulty for the Mari Singh mission has been resolved.
  • Fixed the issue with the takeover bounty area for Cindy McAllister being inaccessible to the player if the entrance door to the main mission was opened before starting the bounty.
  • Fixed the issue that prevented Birdie from spawning at the Castle after completing the climax mission.


  • Fixed the issue with Kelso getting stuck inside the wall in Haven.
  • Added various stability improvements.

Source: Steam.

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