"Tom Clancy's The Division" is without a doubt one of the biggest and highly celebrated games of today. After all, Ubisoft is doing a great job at keeping the momentum high, despite the negative reviews in Steam.
Speaking of which, the studio introduced a new kind of excitement when the title's first paid DLC called "Underground" arrived. From having a new heroic mode all the way to experiencing new in-game levels, the game is nowhere close to becoming boring at all.
According to Eurogamer, the first paid "Tom Clancy's The Division" DLC titled "Underground" has finally found its way to both PC and Xbox. It reportedly introduced a very much-needed endgame content, something that most fans have been clamoring for.
Basically, the new "Tom Clancy's The Division" introduced the so-called Procedurally Generated Levels. Here, players will start with a transitional mission above the grounds. Once done, a new door will open, giving way to the Rewards Claim Vendor called "The Terminal." From here, the randomly generated urban level or dungeons so to speak are unleashed.
For sure, "Tom Clancy's The Division" always stands out when it comes to a graphical standpoint of view. Indeed, it impressively shows off in the newly arrived "Underground" DLC. All of the missions in this content are designed to be played co-operatively, which means that players have to work hand in hand with their respective teams in order to succeed.
Moreover, "Tom Clancy's The Division" latest DLC offers a new mode called the "Heroic," as reported by Tech2. Although this, along with a new challenge mode, has been added as free updates, it never ceases to keep the fire burning. The new mode presents a brand new experience for the fans to undergo.
"Tom Clancy's The Division" first paid DLC called "Underground" is already available in both PC and Xbox One. This is due to the time exclusivity deal. Nonetheless, PlayStation 4 owners will be able to get hold of the content in a month's time.