Play The Division for free this weekend
Battle to reclaim the lawless burroughs of New York City on PS4, Xbox One or PC without spending a cent.
This console generation has seen Ubisoft show a commitment to supporting its games long-term that few other studios can match. Titles like Rainbow Six Siege and For Honor might not have launched to widespread acclaim, but in the years since their release, Ubisoft has continued updating each game with new content and special events that have seen their player bases steadily increase – a rarity in the video game space.
Just this week, the studio's tactical third-person shooter The Division received the same treatment with its 1.8 update. The free patch brought with it an entirely new area for players to explore along with the co-op horde mode Resistance and the new team-based competitive mode Skirmish. For a game that came out over a year and a half ago, the scale of this update is seriously impressive.
To celebrate this fresh content injection, Ubisoft is throwing a free weekend for The Division across PS4, Xbox One and PC. From Friday 8 December to Monday 11 December, you can play the full base game plus its three expansions without forking out a single dollar – American or otherwise. Just head on over to PlayStation Store, Microsoft Store or uPlay depending on your platform of choice to start your adventure in post-apocalyptic Manhattan.
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