Tom Clancy’s “The Division” has finally released today. Ubisoft also promises to support the game throughout 2016. The open world third-person shooter role-playing video game has “a slight catch though,” according to PC Gamer.
The Ubisoft in their official blog releases much details about their latest edition. The post reads, “The first two of the three paid expansions for ‘The Division – Underground’ and ‘Survival’ – will have 30-day exclusivity on Xbox One, starting from the day of their respective launches.
“Underground, the first paid expansion, puts Agents in New York’s labyrinthine underworld of tunnels and subways to track down groups of dangerous enemies. Survival, the second paid expansion, tests players’ ability to survive and gather crucial supplies in an incredibly hostile environment.”
Ubisoft also states “The Division’s full year-one content schedule” and you can get the exclusive information from their website. Last week Ubisoft shared details including two free updates that will be available “simultaneously on all platforms when they launch”.
The official site explains, “The first of these updates, Incursions features a challenging end-game activity that rewards squads with high-level loot, if they’re successful. Incursions also introduces some new features, including loot trading between squad mates. The second free update, Conflict adds new Dark Zone features and a special incursion into New York’s iconic Columbus Circle. Finally, the third paid expansion, The Last Stand will also be available simultaneously on all platforms when it arrives next winter.”
The sources note that all of The Division’s “paid content” is available via the Season Pass, Gold Edition, or Collector’s Editions of the game. The Division will be available on Xbox One, PS4, and PC on March 8.
However, the exclusivity of the expansions on Xbox One will only be good for 30 days,after which PS4 and PC players can also access it.
Stay tuned for more updates on the latest release.