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Tom Clancy's The Division


 

The first two paid expansions for Tom Clancy’s The Division will be coming to Xbox One first, Ubisoft has confirmed.

In a post on the UbiBlog, the publisher announced that both Underground and Survival will be available first on Microsoft’s console as part of a 30-day exclusivity arrangement.

Such an arrangement was previously outed by a GameStop promotional video, but this recent news is surprising because it is limited to a small portion of the post-launch content. Ubisoft was careful to note that both free DLC packs and the third paid expansion will arrive on all platforms simultaneously.

Underground, the first paid expansion, will arrive in June for those on Xbox One. It will focus on the subway and maintenance tunnels under New York.

Survival, listed only for a “summer 2016” release, puts the player in an incredibly hostile environment, offering a superior challenge. Here’s hoping this sort of end-game additional content will fix issues that have plagued other similarly structured titles we won’t name. Then again, maybe disappointing high-level play in this sort of game is just fate or predestination or something like that.

For more info on the rest of the post-launch content Ubisoft plans to release for The Division—including non-exclusive DLC—check out the recent announcement and trailer.

Tom Clancy’s The Division drops March 8th on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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Not all of The Division’s DLC is timed exclusive for Xbox One

By Matt Buchholtz | 03/7/2016 09:30 PM PT

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The first two paid expansions for Tom Clancy’s The Division will be coming to Xbox One first, Ubisoft has confirmed.

In a post on the UbiBlog, the publisher announced that both Underground and Survival will be available first on Microsoft’s console as part of a 30-day exclusivity arrangement.

Such an arrangement was previously outed by a GameStop promotional video, but this recent news is surprising because it is limited to a small portion of the post-launch content. Ubisoft was careful to note that both free DLC packs and the third paid expansion will arrive on all platforms simultaneously.

Underground, the first paid expansion, will arrive in June for those on Xbox One. It will focus on the subway and maintenance tunnels under New York.

Survival, listed only for a “summer 2016” release, puts the player in an incredibly hostile environment, offering a superior challenge. Here’s hoping this sort of end-game additional content will fix issues that have plagued other similarly structured titles we won’t name. Then again, maybe disappointing high-level play in this sort of game is just fate or predestination or something like that.

For more info on the rest of the post-launch content Ubisoft plans to release for The Division—including non-exclusive DLC—check out the recent announcement and trailer.

Tom Clancy’s The Division drops March 8th on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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About Matt Buchholtz

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Matt learned how to play video games from his grandma, who bravely adventured with him through the “terrifying” halls of Shadowgate. He plays a lot of Dungeons & Dragons on a podcast with comedians. Find him on Twitter @mattisgrounded