'Tom Clancy's The Division' Update: Ubisoft To Introduce Survival DLC; Watch Trailer Here

Ubisoft is poised to release a new "Tom Clancy's The Division" DLC. The upcoming expansion is titled "Survival" and will arrive in September this year. In fact, the studio has already unleashed its first teaser, featuring a single character who survived a devastating helicopter crash.

In the past few months, "Tom Clancy's The Division" has already been rumored to receive yet another new DLC. In fact, there were already talks about the content's features and whatnots. And just recently, Ubisoft has shed some light, finally confirming all the speculations.

According to MSPoweruser, the upcoming "Tom Clancy's The Division" downloadable content dubbed "Survival." It is already slated for a September 2016 release, arriving to both Xbox One and PC platforms. As for PlayStation 4 owners, they have to wait a little bit, as the expansion will be made available later on.

The Rennes-based video game company broke the news during its press conference at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3). The event is deemed as the one of the largest game trade shows. It took place in Los Angeles and will end come June 16.

As for the upcoming "Tom Clancy's The Division" DLC, VentureBeat reports that it will showcase a single character. And as what the title of the expansion suggest, the said character is basically a lone survivor of a helicopter crash.

The new playable "Tom Clancy's The Division" character is said to have been stranded in a remote location in downtown New York. Not only is he hiding, but he is also evading an unknown group or mob. The official title of the DLC will reportedly be announced soon, along with its release date.

"Tom Clancy's The Division" was first released in March. It was made available throughout all gaming platforms. Currently, Ubisoft's highly favorited titled has already acquired a player pool of 9.5 million. The game has certainly become a massive hit for the French video game publisher.

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