New Tom Clancy’s The Division DLC announced at E3
Ubisoft at the E3 conference in Los Angeles just announced a new expansion for its successful shooter, Tom Clancy’s The Division. The upcoming DLC will be called Survival and it will arrive for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Windows PC in September 2016.
“Tom Clancy’s The Division is a revolutionary next-gen experience that brings the RPG into a modern military setting for the first time. In the wake of a devastating pandemic that sweeps through New York City, basic services fail one by one, and without access to food or water, the city quickly descends into chaos. As an agent of The Division, you’ll specialize, modify, and level up your gear, weapons, and skills to take back New York on your own terms.”
Ubisoft also showcased the trailer of the new DLC, which you can check out below:
In the DLC, you’ll play as a survivor of a helicopter crash traveling to the blizzard-hit New York in order to survive and escape.
This is the second expansion for Tom Clancy’s The Division Ubisoft recently revealed. Last week, the game developer announced the first DLC pack dubbed Underground which is slated to arrive on June 28 on Microsoft’s Xbox One, and on August 2 on PlayStation 4 and Windows PCs.
We don’t have much details about Survival, as its pricing and release date are still unknown. We only know that the DLC will arrive later this year, probably in September.
Tell us in the comments below: what do you expect from expansions for Tom Clancy’s The Division, and will you buy one?
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