'Tom Clancy's The Division' News: Secret DLC Coming To Xbox One Featuring New Territories

If there is a first-person shooter video game that is both cool and exciting, it is no other than "Tom Clancy's The Division" from Ubisoft. Ever since its release, fans have been anticipating for new expansions and/or DLCs. And yes, they are likely to get one this month!

According to International Business Times, a listing from Amazon suggests that the highly speculated "Underground DLC" will arrive to "Tom Clancy's The Division" on June 28, 2016. It will first be introduced to Xbox One, with June 25 as the date when pre-downloads kickstart.

Since Ubisoft and Microsoft have an exclusivity deal (of 30 days), both PC and PlayStation 4 owners have to wait a little bit. They might get hold of the "Underground DLC" for "Tom Clancy's The Division" sometime in July.

Amazon's listing defines the upcoming "Tom Clancy's The Division" content as a first underground extension. It will reportedly bring players "into the depths of New York," in hopes to save what is left to save. Moreover, the "Underground DLC" is believed to feature new sets of items and weapons.

As of this writing, the listing has been updated and the release dates are no longer included. However, as reported by Yibada, someone was smart enough to take a screenshot of it. Thanks to YouTuber Arekkz, people will still have a glimpse at the rumored "Tom Clancy's The Division" DLC. He shared the photo via his Twitter account.

Ubisoft has yet to confirm the supposed release dates. Nonetheless, the company has since then announced that most of the updates will arrive within the year. Apart from the reported paid "Tom Clancy's The Division" DLCs, fans will be treated to free ones. They will be introduced to new functionalities and features, while monthly events will occur to keep the game's excitement going.

"Tom Clancy's The Division" was first released in March 8 by Ubisoft. The title is now made available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.

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