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:
CONNECTIVITY ISSUES IN THE DIVISION 2 ON PC

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

Game Review: far: Lone Sails

 

Let’s start with probably the most important fact of this review: This is not the game style I typically enjoy playing. Now that that is out of the way, let me say that the play of this game is pretty amazing. In a desolate world setting, this game really does a great job of making you feel like your character is the only one in the world. The game does a good job of explaining only just enough of the gameplay, which makes part of the puzzle figuring out how to interact with the environment. The aesthetic and audio environment are spot on, and really enhance the whole “desolate world” theme.

The game play start off with minimal instruction, and the first step is making your way to your Okomotive (ship thingly). As I described previously, the first puzzle to conquer is figuring out how the ship functions. Then, you’re on your way! You travel, and have to complete environmental puzzles to keep moving your ship forward. Even moving forward is a little bit of a thought process, as you have to consider wind direction, damage to the ship, and how much fuel you have to move your ship forward on energy. Throughout the game play there are pictures to take note of that describe the world as it was previously, and give small clues as to how things came to be. Over all, the game is a gem to play!

On to my final statement, and unfortunately, my one VERY large complaint: the pricetag. I purchased this game because steam featured it on the front page of the store, and I figured, “Why not? It has great reviews (mostly positive), and I’m looking for a good single player game that doesn’t come with a bunch of frustration.” This game was both of those things. But at the $14.99 price tag, this game was WAY TOO SHORT! I understand development costs vs. supply and demand determine a games intrinsic market value. That doesn’t validate charging $15 for a game that at it’s longest probably won’t take you 3 full hours to beat. This game was fantastic in every other way. But had I known the storyline was going to come to a close after such a short period of time, I would not have made the purchase.

That being said, wait till it’s on sale and buy this game. This game IS worth buying, and IS worth playing. And maybe for you, this game is worth the price listed. Remember my first line in this article, this isn’t generally the kind of game I play at all, so the price is steep to me. Removing that, the game is a definite pick for your wishlist.

What I thought


 

  • System Played On: PC
  • Available On: PC (Steam, GOG, Humble Store)
  • Game Modes: Single-player
  • Visuals: 9/10
  • Audio: 10/10
  • Storyline: 6/10
  • Additional Content: N/A
  • Overall: 7/10

 

Let’s get one thing clear: Just because Next Up Hero has an amazingly adorable art style, does NOT make this game easy. It does, however, soften the blow of death. Get used to that because it’ll happen. A LOT.

Next Up Hero is part dungeon crawler, part isometric shooter and ALL action. Developed by indie devs Digital Continue and published by Aspyr, the two bring to us a force not to be messed with. A stunning visual and over the top antics, Next Up Hero provides a ton of entertainment.

You play as one of the many Heroes in the game to fight against the too-cute-to-be-mad-at monsters known as the Ceaseless Dirge. They range from “meh these guys are easy” to “OH MY GOD WHY DOES IT HAVE TO BE HIM?!” types of difficulties. This is what makes the game so addictive: Knowing you’re good enough to get past a level or enemy type but they best you anyways and send you packing to the last checkpoint (or in some cases, the start of the Venture).

The anger you feel is quickly swept away when you check out all the loot you gained from scratching, clawing, boomeranging and rocket jumping your way through the vast amounts of user created levels.

Leveling up is as easy as completing stages, killing enemies, collecting tokens and beating bosses. The dungeon grind is here but it doesn’t feel too cheesy as the main objective is basically to see how far you can get before pulling your hair out.

Combat is FUN. There are quite a few characters to learn so you have sort of a variety to pick your style. You’ve got some melee, you’ve got some rocket launchers and you even have a pair of drums that will send your attackers flying! You can find other player’s “echoes” laying on the ground in the dungeons and use them for you benefit. Revive these echoes and they assist you in battle or can be used to summon Ancients to buff you or attack the baddies. You’ll have to really spend time with each and everyone and upgrade them to full to see who you are the best with and I highly reccommend trying them all for a great experience.

Actual players in real life create most of the levels or “Ventures” for you to play and they reset every few days. The ventures spread out from sort of simple (easy mode does not mean it’s a breeze) to “this is impossible. Where is my game Genie.” It’s actually great to see people creating these dungeons and adding in modifiers like One Shot Kills or the room is completely dark. No dungeons are really the same and it really brings to life a whole sense of never ending possibilites.

There is a Co-Op mode and you’ll be happy to know that the game IS Cross Platform between Steam, Xbox One and the Nintendo Switch. While the game is on the Playstation 4, Sony has not enabled cross-play with other platforms.

Co-Op works in the way that you and a buddy will enter the stage together and they can choose to stay back and heal you once and join in on the fight later or you can both struggle together at the same time. Once a level is clear, they have the option to leave, heal/join again. It’s a pretty good system if you need helping defeating some of these enemies on Insane…And trust me, you’ll need that help.
There are also Twitch/Mixer integrations built right in to the game so if you’re a streamer, you can call upoin your audience to either help you or hurt you while you journey. Most will hurt you. And why not? It’s fun!

There are a few bugs and that’s honestly expected. Sometimes you’ll get locked out of a level’s boundaries or the quests your completing will just simply not show up. It is a bit disappointing progress pretty far and then have the game force you to exit, but in my experience that happening was very rare. It looks like they devs are working really hard to correct the bugs people are reporting and we can only hope that it comes sooner than later.

Overall I would say that Next Up Hero has a ton of potential to be one of those games you keep coming back to regardless of how long it’s been since your last session. Hopping in with a buddy and having you both fail miserably is TRULY an enjoyable experience. Pick this game up for a visually pleasing and ultimately satisfying time. I’d give the game a 8/10

The game is available right now on Steam for $19.99USD and on the Xbox One for the same price. You can also try it out for FREE on the Xbox Game Pass.

What I thought


 

  • System Played On: Xbox
  • Available On: Steam, Xbox, PS4, Switch
  • Visuals: 10/10
  • Audio: 8/10
  • Storyline: 4/10
  • Additional Content 7/10
  • Overall 8/10