May 25, 2022

The Division available for free for a limited time on PC

Tom Clancy’s first “The Division” game is free to download on PC via Uplay. And the catch about it is – there’s no catch! The game is yours to keep once you download it to your PC.

The Division came out on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in 2016, Published by Ubisoft. In terms of gameplay, it is an action RPG, cover-based third-person shooter that has the player on a constant chase after the best loot one can find in an open world environment. The game features both a narrative driven campaign (which you can experience on your own or with up to three friends) and end game PvP content (in the form of a special area called “the Dark Zone”).

In terms of narrative, the game is set in a post-apocalyptic New York. The city has been struck by a pandemic that led to it being quarantined. One might think the the current state of the world (and NYC in particular) is what led to the decision of making this game free to download.

The Division is free to download until the 7th of September

If you have any interest in third-person cover-based loot-tastic gameplay, you might want to give this one a shot. Especially now that it’s free, and the servers might get a fresh influx of new players.

All that’s left is to go to the game’s page on Uplay, and download it before Tuesday, September 8th. If you tried it and found out that you can’t get enough of it, there’s also a considerable discount on the game’s DLC and Season Pass (also available until 9/8).

Source; Eurogamer


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