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The Division 2 CE-34878-0 Blue Screen Error | How to fix blue screen crashes on PS4

You can feel powerless when it comes to blue screen crashes in The Division 2 on PS4. The CE-34878-0 error code is rearing its ugly, ugly head for many a Hyena-hater on launch day in The Division 2 and it can often lead to freezes, crashes, and ending missions without saving. In short, The Division 2 CE-34878-0 blue screen error will have you cursing and throwing your controller. But what if there’s a CE-34878-0 fix to get to grips with? While there’s not an outright way to stop crashes in The Division 2 on PS4, there’s plenty you can try to at least avoid continual restarts.

What is causing The Division 2  CE-34878-0 blue screen crash on PS4?

The Division 2 CE-34878-0

Despite it having a very specific error code, there’s nothing you can point to to say why a CE-34878-0 error code is in The Division 2; it is mostly a code to reference a general crash. Thankfully, it’s not likely to be an error on your end, though it’s still admittedly very concerning if it keeps happening to you. Below, we’ll look at what Ubisoft says you need to do if you have a blue screen crash in The Division 2.

The Division 2  CE-34878-0 blue screen crash fix

The Division 2 CE-34878-0

On a post from the Ubisoft forums, a Support Staff member recommends rebuilding your database on PS4. To do so, you’ll need to hold down your power button on your console until you hear two distinctive (and loud) beeps. Turn the console back on and you’ll be met by a few options. Select “Rebuild Database” and it might help fix the blue screen crashes.

Others have also referenced the fact that the Drone skill has been present in a bunch of their crashes. It might be worth you and your buddies swerving that skill for the time being if the CE-34878-0 crash persists. Speaking of your buddies, almost all instances of the crash happening in that thread refer to online groups. It may be a bitter pill to swallow, but doing things solo for a while could help alleviate the nasty case of crash-itis that’s plaguing your PS4.

But, if that doesn’t work, you’re going to need to start note-taking. Ubisoft will need any and all data it can get its hands on. Scribble down locations, missions, and whatever else you were doing at the time of the crash and forward them on to Ubisoft Support on Twitter. The sooner the devs can get to the root of the problem, the better. A patch may very well be imminent if that’s the case.