Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 is finally out and we can all agree that the launch is not as smooth as we thought it is going to be. Especially when the whole community gave a ton of positive reviews during the Private Beta and Open Beta. Players who were hopeful are getting disappointed. Even though the game is excellent, the experience is getting hindered by few bugs and errors here and there.
Players have been witnessing a lot of performance issues like lag and fps drops. Then there is the infamous no sound bug which is giving a tough time to a huge portion of the community. And finally, The Error Messages.
No one likes to get kicked out of an ongoing game just to be greeted by an error message. The error messages we are talking about here are the Echo-01, Delta-03 and the Oscar. These messages can be very annoying and needs to be fixed as soon as possible. The developers have not released any statements about these errors so we have to try some fixes by ourselves only. Here is how to fix Echo-01, Delta-03 and Oscar errors in The Division 2:
The Division 2 – How To Fix Echo-01, Delta-03 And Oscar Errors
How To Fix Echo-01 Error
Fixing the Echo-01 error is probably the easiest among all the three errors. All you have to do is:
- Logout of The Division 2
- Close the game
- Wait for 20 minutes
- Start the game again
How To Fix Delta-03 Error
If you are encountering the Delta-03 Error, chances are it is being caused by your own internet connection. The error asks you to check your internet connection speed/status. There are a couple of ways you can find out whether it is being caused by your internet connection or there is some problem with the The Division 2 servers:
- Just do a regular speedtest
- Check the server status of The Division 2 from here
- You can also check the Twitter feed of The Division 2 to check the status
- And finally just visit the Ubisoft forums to check whether others are having the same problem or you are the only one
How To Fix Oscar Error
The Oscar Error appears when your game is getting blocked by the Windows firewall. All you have to do is allow The Division 2 through the windows firewall. Here are the steps:
- Type ‘Windows Firewall’ on the Windows search bar
- Open Windows Defender Firewall
- Select ‘Allow an app or feature through the Windows Defender Firewall’ located on the right side of the window
- Click on Change Settings
- Click on Allow another app
- Now browse and select the .exe file of The Division 2
You are good to go!
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That’s all folks!
Last Updated on November 28, 2020