Tom Clancy's The Division Update: PS4 Underground DLC Release Date Revealed, Features Explained

The Division Underground DLC has been introduced to the users of Xbox One and PC for almost a month already. Finally, Ubisoft will be taking the content to Sony's PlayStation 4 tomorrow. Players of the said console will now have the chance to experience one of the highly celebrated expansions for the game.

According to Express, Underground will arrive to The Division tomorrow at 8 AM BST (British Summer Time). It will only be made available to every user at around 9 AM, though.

As expected, The Division servers will go down for a scheduled maintenance come Tuesday (August 2) at 9 AM CEST / 3 AM EDT. It is said to run for almost an hour. The studio iterated that the process will pave the way for the aforementioned DLC to arrive to PS4.

In its most organic form, Underground allows The Division players to explore the depths of New York. Their primary goal is to save whatever remains in the first content of the game. From going through randomly generated tunnels to sewers to mazes, they will be up against deadly enemies. But apart from that, they will be treated to some powerful items.

It should be noted that a new The Division Incursion is also added. It is called Dragon's Nest, which is deemed bigger than the ones found in the previous updates, as reported by GottaBeMobile. Also, the said Incursion will find players battling against the so-called Cleaners situated in Hell's Kitchen.

Moreover, the DLC introduces new gear sets for The Division players to acquire. These are Reclaimer, DeadEYE and FireCrest, among others. As for players who will download the separate update 1.3, they can gain access to another gear set, the AlphaBridge, as well as a new Terminal found in the Base of Operations.

The Division Underground DLC was first revealed back in June during the Ubisoft's presentation at Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3). June 28 was announced as the content's release date for Xbox One and PC.

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