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[UPDATE] The stream has ended, but you can see a recap of all the big news here.

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The Division players who are looking for a new challenge may be happy to learn the shooter is adding new, raid-like "Incursions" in April. We don't know much about them, but that's going to change later today (March 31) when Ubisoft reveals more details in a livestream event.

As announced previously, the presentation will begin at 11 AM PST / 2 PM EST. You will be able to watch the entire briefing, live, through the Twitch embed above.

We will report back with all the major details about Incursions later today.

The Division's Incursions are described as a "new challenging end-game activity developed specifically for squad play."

"Teams will be able to test their skills as they face seemingly unstoppable enemies to gain high-level weapons and equipment," Ubisoft said when it announced Incursions back in February.

The Division's April update, which is free, also adds loot-trading, one of the community's "most-wanted" features, Ubisoft said. Specifically, this will allow players in the same group to trade loot they collected during a co-op session.

Following the Incursions update will be another free update in May called "Conflict." It adds new Dark Zone features and an additional incursion in Manhattan's Columbus Circle. After that, three paid expansions will be released for The Division, and you can get all of the details about them here.

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