Tom Clancy's The Division servers offline
A bog standard Division agent from Tom Clancy's The Division. Ubisoft

Tom Clancy's The Division has been having a rough time since its March release and the blows just keep on coming. Developer Ubisoft Massive has announced that the game's Daily Missions have vanished again for the second time in less than a month.

Daily Missions grant Phoenix Credits and crafting materials to players who complete them, which are then used to get some of the best loot in the game. The glitch, which has popped up multiple times over the last few weeks, has once again left thousands of fans frustrated and scrambling to increase their supply of credits.

Shortly after The Division's first expansion in April, daily missions went missing for several days. The developers acknowledged the bug in an official tweet on the game's Twitter account, saying they are working on a permanent fix for the issue.

According to a brief post by Ubisoft Community Manager Ubi-Banshee, developers plan to release a hot fix on 4 May to address the daily mission issue.

"Updated the list of Daily Missions to avoid any potential missing days," the post reads. "Please note that the list has been updated on the server only and may not appear updated in the client files."

Marred by a constant barrage of bugs, exploits and a disappointing incursion, Ubisoft recently acknowledged the shooter's glitchy content and outlined the its plans to tackle some of the issues and provide "a smooth, high-quality experience".

So far, Ubisoft has compensated players for game-breaking bugs and rolled out a variety of punishments for cheaters, that range from suspensions to permanent bans depending on the severity of the offence.

During a Twitch stream on 2 May, Ubisoft community developer Hamish Bode said Massive hopes to "reinvigorate" the game's PvE experience, but did not elaborate further on what the changes would be.

Given the game's numerous gameplay issues so far and its mostly disappointing Falcon Lost incursion, developers will certainly need to deliver in its upcoming, ironically-named incursion – Broken Circle – that is slated for release this month.