Ubisoft has some electrifying treats for "Tom Clancy's The Division" fans: new DLCs are set for release! Yes, that is right -- the titular online video game is expected to receive a handful of contents. Meanwhile, it seems a living saint has brought a beacon of light to "Dark Zone," the game's PvP area.
According to Crossmap, due to massive sales and records being broken, Ubisoft is planning to reward players with new "Tom Clancy's The Division" DLCs. While the release dates have remained unknown, it seems fans are looking to have exciting updates from the company based in France.
First on the list is the highly anticipated Rainbow Six Siege pack, which is believed to be delivered along with a huge Year One season pass expansion. It is also expected to get its very own downloadable content in the future.
As for the most talked about "Tom Clancy's The Division" downloadable content, "The Last Stand" is rumored to be unleashed in winter this year. And seemingly fit for the season, Ubisoft is thought of including a herd of zombies for the said DLC.
In related news, VG247 reports that a good "Tom Clancy's The Division" Samaritan has found his way to the "Dark Zone" arena. The good guy in the name of "Bassidable" has seen enough and decided to punish irritating safehouse campers.
Basically, the unscrupulous players tend to camp near the "Dark Zone" safehouses and step on anyone who dares to approach them. Gamers who head out to the safehouses are supposed to re-arm their weapons.
Thanks to "Bassidable," the trolls have learned their lesson. The "Dark Zone" Samaritan went on what seems to be a single-man rampage and cleared out the mess outside a certain safehouse. That is what trolls get when they act like, well, trolls.
Watch how he had given justice in the video below.