There’s an issue with Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 that is preventing Xbox One users from joining games. The Division 2 Bravo 09 error seems to crop up whenever users attempt to join online play. Since Bravo 09 doesn’t say exactly what the problem is, many players are left in the dark on how to avoid it. Here’s everything we know about The Division 2 Bravo 09 Xbox error and what you can do to fix it.
The Division 2 | Bravo 09 Xbox Error Fix
The Division 2 Bravo 09 error appears when Xbox One users try to connect to online servers. This problem occasionally appears on PlayStation 4, but it seems to be much more widespread on the Xbox One. Strangely, Bravo 09 is not listed as an error code on the official Division 2 website.
While some players suggest that the error is related to Xbox Live services, that doesn’t seem to be the case, strictly speaking. It does, however, seem to be an error related to Xbox Live connectivity and individual players’ consoles.
By far the most common fix suggested by internet users is to open another Xbox One game or application that uses the internet. The idea here is that opening another internet-based application forces the system to go online outside of The Division 2 servers, at which point The Division 2 is able to reconnect successfully.
If you want to give this Bravo 09 fix a shot, here’s how it works:
- Have The Division 2 open, then switch to the Xbox One dashboard
- Load another game or app that uses the internet, such as Hulu or Netflix
- Switch back to The Division 2 and attempt to reconnect
Users on the Division 2 subreddit have reported that flipping to another application often prompts the download of a patch update for The Division 2. As such, it’s possible that the Bravo 09 error is related to a discrepancy between local game files and files on the game’s server. If that’s the case, it’s worth making sure your game is always kept up-to-date so that you may avoid Bravo 09 entirely.
Of course, if the Bravo 09 error is related to Xbox Live services, there’s nothing Division 2 players need to do. The developers at Ubisoft or Xbox will have to clear things up server-side. In that case, it’s simply a matter of waiting until you can reconnect to the game once again.