Ubisoft's user support website features a post which informs about the size of the first patches for Tom Clancy's The Division 2. On the release day, all platforms will receive a patch named Title Update 1. For PC and Xbox One, it will have from 48 to 52 GB (depending on the region and language). On PlayStation 4, the estimated size of the update is almost double that - it will have from 88 to 92 GB.
Title Update 1 is almost as big as the game itself. This means that owners of the boxed version of The Division 2 will have to download almost the equivalent of the game itself. It is worth noting that the information about the size of the PlayStation 4 patch can be a mistake on Ubisoft's part - the announcement on the official website is different from the one in the user support website. According to the former, the patch will have the same size on all platforms, and the only difference between the versions will be the amount of hard disk space occupied by the installed and fully updated game (90-100 GB on PS4, 48-52 GB on PC and Xbox One).
The game will soon receive another patch - Title Update 1.5. The update will have 2 GB and will be released on March 11. The patch will fix a mistake related to the disappearance of sound, about which the players complained during the open beta. Tom Clancy's The Division 2 will be released on March 15, this year on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Owners of special editions of the game (Gold, Ultimate, Dark Zone, Dark Zone Definitive or Phoenix Shield Edition) will be able to play the title earlier - 3 days before the official release, i.e. on March 12.