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On its second anniversary, The Division has reached 20 million unique players worldwide, Ubisoft has announced.

“We are very proud of what we have achieved during these past two years. Listening and giving back to the community has always been our first objective and we would like to thank all The Division players for their valuable feedback and their support,” Julian Gerighty, Creative Director, said. “Today, Tom Clancy’s The Division contains a number of different modes, including multiple PvE activities, two PvP game modes, a heart pumping survival mode, continuous live activities such as Global Events and Double Reward Weekends, and much more.”

To celebrate reaching this milestone, Ubisoft has announced a month-long event that will see four Global Events returning over four weeks. Global Events change up gameplay by adding modifiers to various activities throughout the game world. Taking part in these events will unlock new cosmetic items and Classified Gear Sets. As well as the return of these Global Events, all players can claim a free “Sneeze” emote from the Reward Claim Vendor.

Ubisoft also shared a number of other statistics from the last two years, such as more than 66 billion NPCs being killed and more than 500,000 players spending more than 400 hours in the game. Take a look at the new infographic below:

Finally, throughout March, players can earn in-game rewards for watching the official The Division Twitch channel. 30 minutes of viewing grants 3 Cypher Keys, 60 minutes gets an Asher Vanity Set, 90 minutes unlocks another 3 Cypher Keys, and five Cypher Key Fragments will be offered for every 30 minutes watched after this, up to a total of 6 hours.

The Division is available now on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.

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The Division celebrates 20 million players with Global Events

Tom Clancy's The Division has reached a major milestone on its second anniversary.

By Matthew Bennett | 03/2/2018 04:53 AM PT

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On its second anniversary, The Division has reached 20 million unique players worldwide, Ubisoft has announced.

“We are very proud of what we have achieved during these past two years. Listening and giving back to the community has always been our first objective and we would like to thank all The Division players for their valuable feedback and their support,” Julian Gerighty, Creative Director, said. “Today, Tom Clancy’s The Division contains a number of different modes, including multiple PvE activities, two PvP game modes, a heart pumping survival mode, continuous live activities such as Global Events and Double Reward Weekends, and much more.”

To celebrate reaching this milestone, Ubisoft has announced a month-long event that will see four Global Events returning over four weeks. Global Events change up gameplay by adding modifiers to various activities throughout the game world. Taking part in these events will unlock new cosmetic items and Classified Gear Sets. As well as the return of these Global Events, all players can claim a free “Sneeze” emote from the Reward Claim Vendor.

Ubisoft also shared a number of other statistics from the last two years, such as more than 66 billion NPCs being killed and more than 500,000 players spending more than 400 hours in the game. Take a look at the new infographic below:

Finally, throughout March, players can earn in-game rewards for watching the official The Division Twitch channel. 30 minutes of viewing grants 3 Cypher Keys, 60 minutes gets an Asher Vanity Set, 90 minutes unlocks another 3 Cypher Keys, and five Cypher Key Fragments will be offered for every 30 minutes watched after this, up to a total of 6 hours.

The Division is available now on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.

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About Matthew Bennett

view all posts

Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89