Tom Clancy’s The Division is one of the most popular games out there now, managing to gain much popularity in just two months after its launch. Taking into account its success among fans, Ubisoft officially announced the game’s first full expansion to take advantage, even teasing gamers with a trailer that offered them a glimpse at the upcoming DLC.
We expected Ubisoft to announce the Underground DLC ever since we reported about the leaked DLC information on Amazon. In a late attempt to correct the mistake, the retail giant quickly removed the information and informed us that The Division DLC was unavailable. The company added that it did not know when or if the item would be back in stock.
A week later, the game developer confirmed the existence of this DLC and revealed it would launch it on June 28, on the exact same date rumored by the leak. Ubisoft didn’t mention anything about the pricetag, but it should be in the range of $15 since this is the price listed on the leaked images.
Underground is an expansion that takes players even deeper into the tunnels and sewers of New York city, in an attempt to squash regrouped enemy forces.
The Division: Underground brings randomly generated new missions, deadly urban dungeons, and new fighting scenarios. You will dive deep into the underbelly of New York and explore the underground maze beneath its streets: sewer networks, tunnels, flooded stations, derelict facilities, collapsed infrastructures, and more.
The Division remains one of the most popular games of the moment although it recorded a significant drop in the number of players. Some suggest this happened because of the game’s policy to permanently ban cheaters, while others claim this is because of the frequent in-game bugs.
Rumors suggest that Tom Clancy’s The Division could soon enjoy a movie adaptation starring Jake Gyllenhaal, but no official confirmation is available yet.
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