The Division 2 Delta 03 Error Fix


The Division 2 Delta03 error code was plaguing me, which is super aggravating when you paid extra to get access to a game 3 days early. Actually it’s aggravating ANYTIME you pay for something that doesn’t work the way it should. The good news, is I found a fix.

I’m going to start in the same place Ubisoft will, and point you to this troubleshooting page with some things to try by Ubisoft:

I did every one of these steps to no avail. Would still get kicked within 10 minutes of gameplay. I remembered I had this same problem with The Division after an update to the game and started looking at the files for the game to try and remember how I fixed the problem then. As it turns out, the same fix DID work resolve the Delta 03 error.

Run the game in Windows 7 compatibility mode.

Go to your folder containing the executables (Probably “Program Files (x86)\Ubisoft\Ubisoft Game Launcher\games\Tom Clancy’s The Division 2”). Right click “TheDivision2.exe” and click properties. In the compatibility tab turn on compatibility mode, running the game in Windows 7 compatibility mode…

Why this is a fix, or why this problem still exists is beyond me… But I tried everything else including porting all of the suggested ports with no luck. After 2 hours of struggling I tried this because it fixed the issues I had with The Division and “Boom!” it worked.

Just the Facts


  • System: PC only
  • Games Effected: The Division 2
  • Fix Action: Windows 7 Compatability Mode

Free  game:
Warhammer 40K: Space Marine


The Humble Bundle summer sale is kicking off in full force, and to celebrate is giving away keys for Warhammer 40K: Space Marine for free! This isn’t normally my specific type of game. I haven’t tried any of the Warhammer games, but at that amazing price point, I think this might just be the time. I’m hoping a couple of my friends pick this us as well (I mean, why wouldn’t they, right?) and am looking forward to seeing what the game has to offer. Pick up your copy at the link below!



Just the Facts


  • Sale Timeline: Now – September 1, 2018, 10AM Pacific Time
  • Available For: PC only
  • Original Price: $29.99
  • Sale Price: $0.00
  • Discount %: 100%
  • Sale Link:  Here 


What was your favorite E3 (2018) Game Announcement?


E3 has come and gone once again, and if you’re like me, you are probably more excited by some announcements than others. I’m personally the type that is excited for the release announcement of new games. Not to say that content releases aren’t exciting, but they don’t carry the fanfare of a full game release for me. That being said, these are my top game announcements I can’t wait to dive into:

The Division 2

I can’t say this is a “long awaited” sequel, but it is definitely welcome. The Division was a great game, with well coordinated game play for multiplayer co-op. Add in the tons of additional content that has continued to expand the play options and I can’t help but be ecstatic for this next game. The first game in this series did a great job of hooking you into all the game had to offer with the way it handled character growth after hitting max level. Yes, it did have problems with the Dark zone in the beginning, and hackers will unfortunately be a problem in almost every new PC game, but hopefully those are lessons learned that won’t be repeated mistakes in the 2nd game.

Fallout 76

We wouldn’t be able to credit this as any form of appropriate coverage without
Fallout 76. This is probably the most hyped title announcement from E3. Everybody knows this game is on its way, and most of us are excited to experience the first multiplayer rendition of the Fallout series as soon as possible. Being the first of its kind in this series, the multiplayer rendition has quite the standard to reach. Players will be very skeptical over any differences in play compared to the single player games such as Fallout 3 &4. Hopefully this game exceeds those high expectations and causes me to spend hundreds of hours terrorizing, I mean exploring, the wasteland with my friends.

Jump Force

Now, if you haven’t figured out by now that these picks are completely based on my personal tastes, this should finalize that realization for you. I am far to excited to play this game. While I haven’t had the best experience playing some of the many many anime games available for PC, I have high hopes for Jump Force. If they manage to mess up a game that has so many of my favorite characters I don’t know how I will ever forgive Bandai Namco. Just the picture above had me antsy. And let’s be honest, we all know Luffy is going to beat the absolute shit out of every other character, and that is worth playing.

Dying Light 2

The first Dying Light was the first great game I played on my PS4 when I had one. It was a game I hadn’t really heard of, but that my friends talked me into getting. I was thoroughly pleased with the co-op gameplay and the smooth parkour physics of the game. The game remained challenging and the storyline was a very nice hook. This is a game that has had me waiting rather impatiently for the sequel. Throwing in the dynamic world settings announced piques my interest into how the new gameplay will evolve the story line experience.

What announcements did you think were the best? Or the worst? Let us know in the comments below!

What I thought

Sparkles Fantastic on my favorite game announcements from E3 2018. I know these aren’t the “best” announcements from E3 2018, but these are my personal favorites. I didn’t consider any of the console specific games in my top picks list because I’m strictly a PC gamer at the moment. 

Game review: Ark Survival Evolved


Lets get right to the technical items here, because this is a large highlight of what I would expect out of a game with no storyline and a steep pricetag. The graphics are nice, but the games “epic” settings will require a top notch rig on the original map, The Island. To be specific, I game on an i7-5820k with 16G of memory, the game installed on an SSD, and an AMD R9-290X 4G. All of my system is water-cooled and overclocked by about 20%, and I still turn off sky effects, and register between 30-50 FPS depending on the number of items buffering into view at the time. But if you can run it high, the game looks beautiful. the programmers will get better at coding so the hardware doesn’t have to buffer every single item (down to individual dino teeth) into view. The DLC maps all play better than the original map, but at $19.99 USD it feels pricey considering how much you’re expected to pay for the base game.

The technical and ethical issues aside this game is a lot of fun. You run around an island making dinosaurs your bitch and not playing by any story line at all. The game can catch a player off guard though, with how realistic and far they took this survival game. Like other games, you need to drink and eat. You get hot and cold as well which lowers health. You also have stamina, which is not rare to find in games today. Some of the shocking details though, are the time amounts it takes to tame a Dinosaur, the fact that you are still in game when you log out (just an unconscious body laying on the ground), and the living beings in the game poop(yes even players). At first taste the realistic portions of the game are stressful. There are no “safe” spawns, you pick an area, and chances are against you that you don’t spawn next to a raptor with no clothes and no weapons. The first few times you die will make you want to quit this game, but it does get better. This is a game to be played with friends, as the teamwork and camaraderie make the game vastly more enjoyable. 

Overall I would recommend this game ONLY if it’s purchased on sale. This game is not worth $59.99 USD in any way, shape, or form. But $15.00 USD, such as it is has hit during seasonal sales, sure. Oh and last warning, when you start this game for the first time, it is really FUCKING LOUD, so I suggest turning down your volume or taking off your headset until you adjust the master volume.


What I thought


  • System Played On: PC
  • Available On: PC, XBox, PS
  • Game Modes: Multiplayer
  • Visuals: 6/10
  • Audio: 8/10
  • Storyline: 0/10
  • Additional Content 6/10
  • Overall 6/10