Season Pass Content For The Division Revealed

January 28, 2016 by

Find out what you’ll be getting in the season pass for The Division.

Ubisoft has announced what will be included in the season pass for its upcoming third-person shooter MMO, Tom Clancy’s The Division, which is set to release on March 8th for the Xbox One, PS4, and PC. The pass will include three expansions, each of which can be purchased separately if players don’t have the season pass that can be obtained either through purchase or through buying the Gold or Sleeper Agent editions of the game.

The first expansion, entitled “Underground,” will open up the uncharted underworld of New York City for players and up to 3 friends for “intense co-op action,” while the second expansion, entitled “Survival,” tasks players with surviving as long as possible in an environment so hostile that it will “challenge even the most talented agents.” No details were released for the third expansion, entitled “Last Stand.”

Additionally, Ubisoft detailed its plans for free updates, saying that, “The free updates to be released for all players will add new game modes such as challenging group-oriented operations to test players’ abilities in co-op mode and win unique rewards.”

The full list of the content for the season pass, which has yet to be given a concrete price, is as followed.

  • The Division Expansion I: Underground
  • The Division Expansion II: Survival
  • The Division Expansion III: Last Stand
  • Exclusive Sawed-off Shotgun, a unique sidearm customized for short-range destruction.
  • Full set of exclusive outfits and weapon skins
  • Special monthly benefits including exclusive content drops and special events.

Currently, The Division is in a closed-beta that’s available now to Xbox One players and available tomorrow for PS4 and PC players. The beta will run through the 31st. If you’ve pre-ordered the game, you should have your code either on your printed receipt or have been sent an e-mail that includes it. You can also join the waiting list here, though it doesn’t guarantee you a spot.

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