The Division DLC1 could land on the Xbox One on June 28
The highly anticipated The Division DLC 1 could land sooner than expected. A recent leak from Amazon UK revealed that the pack could be released on June 28, with a pre-load available on June 25 for Xbox One users.
The price listed on Amazon was £12, which means that US gamers will pay $15 for this DLC. The game developer, Ubisoft hasn’t confirmed this information, but it appears this rumor has a seed of truth in it since Amazon Germany has also leaked the same information.
Meanwhile, Amazon removed the information and now informs that The Division DLC 1 is currently unavailable. The company adds that it does not know when or if the item will be back in stock. This change appears to be a late attempt to correct the leak. However, screenshots have already been taken and the original leak is still available:
The Underground’s plotline takes places, where else, but in the tunnel systems of New York. This paid expansion focuses on tracking down enemies through New York’s tunnels and subway systems, forcing players to be very careful because otherwise they may lose their bearings in this labyrinth.
Speaking of content updates, The Division’s latest free Conflict update brings a new Incursion mission available in Columbus Circle, alongside other new missions, game changes and bug fixes. True fans of The Division will definitely buy the paid expansion taking into account how generous the free content updates have been.
This is not the first rumor about Tom Clancy that we hear this week. A film adaption of Tom Clancy’s The Division might be in the works, with Jake Gyllenhaal allegedly playing the lead role. Hollywood is saturated with comic book movies, and making movies based on video games could be an excellent new money making machine.
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