Tom Clancy's The Division fans can now access the game on PC for free. This will let the players try the game before they decide to purchase it. It will also give them the opportunity to try how exciting the game is.
Tom Clancy's The Division Will Be Free This Weekend
According to GameSpot, gamers should grab the opportunity to play Tom Clancy's The Division on PC for free. It will start at 10 a.m. on Dec. 15 and will last until 1 p.m. on Dec. 18. The game is now live as of this writing, so those who have been contemplating to buy it can try and get a feel of the game first.
It should be noted, though, that all the season pass content of Tom Clancy's The Division will not be playable over the weekend. The Underground and Survival DLC is not available for free because it was just released, as per Gaming Bolt. However, the players can access the full base game and some content updates.
After the free trial of Tom Clancy's The Division, players who have decided to purchase the game can transfer their progress into the full version of the game. Uplay will be selling the game half its original price at $25 and the Gold Edition that has the season pass will only be at $45.
What Are The Features Of The Free Play Of Tom Clancy's The Division?
According to Worth Playing, the free trial of Tom Clancy's The Division features will include a new underground mode. This will test the players' ability to fight and protect themselves during a war. It will also include Dragon's Nest.
The players need to stop the villains from killing any civilian in the streets of New York. The cleaners have created the ultimate weapon to kill anyone who stops them. Tom Clancy's The Division will also have a new heroic mode.
Tom Clancy's The Division will include new weapons and gears such as B.L.I.N.D. that will include flashbangs with hybrid gear set. The DeadEye gear will let the players shoot from long distances with perfect accuracy. The FireCrest gear will set the opponent on fire. Lastly, the Reclaimer will boost the whole team.
Tom Clancy's The Division is letting other players experience how the game works. Hopefully, this event will boost the sales of Ubisoft and will encourage others to play the full version of it. Ubisoft is quite positive that this free trial will bring in more players.