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Last Chance To Snag The Division 2 For $3 Before Warlords Of New York Arrives
The game's first-year DLC content is all free.
Tom Clancy's The Division 2 features a ton of content, both story-related and endgame, and it was a good value at its full $60 launch price. Until tomorrow, however, you can get the game for a ridiculous $3.
The deal is available across the PlayStation Store and Xbox Live, as well as on PC through both Uplay and the Epic Games Store. It will remain live until March 3 at 8 AM PT / 11 AM ET, at which point the game will jump back up to its standard price. Physical copies can also be found at retailers at huge discounts, though not as low as $3.
The Division 2's low price is even more impressive because the game's post-launch DLC has been free for all players. The game has been continuously updated with more story content and missions, and ditched the season pass model used by the original game.
Its next expansion is Warlords of New York, which moves back to the first game's New York City setting and features original antagonist Aaron Keener. It launches tomorrow, and will set all players at the same level to keep it balanced. Unlike the other free DLC additions, it's a full expansion and will cost $30. [Update: Warlords of New York appears to have launched early. Nothing official has been stated by Ubisoft, but we've seen multiple reports that players on PS4 and Xbox One can access the expansion now.]
The Division 2 is available on Xbox One, PS4, and PC. A Google Stadia version will be available in the future. In GameSpot's The Division 2 review, Edmond Tran praised the world, combat, and endgame content, along with the rewards and progression system.
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