The Division 2's Free To Play Weekend Is Live Now, And You Can Get Two Free Masks

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The Division 2 is preparing for its upcoming expansion, Warlords of New York--which has seen a surprise early release--with a free-to-play weekend to entice new players. From now until March 2, the loot-shooter RPG is temporarily free for players on PC, Xbox One, and PS4. All players can also grab two free masks--Full Face Respirator and Tactical Integral Helmet--as login bonuses until March 8 in celebration of The Division 2's first major expansion.

A new animated short film has also been released to celebrate the upcoming expansion. It's embedded below.

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Now Playing: The Division 2: Warlords Of New York - Cinematic Animated Short Trailer

There will be no level cap, time limit, or content cut-off over the weekend, so you can play to your heart's content. Furthermore, any progress made over the course of the weekend will transfer over to the full game if you buy it, so you won't need to start over again.

The game is also discounted right now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC--you can get it for a ridiculous $3. If you enjoy the free weekend, you can keep it going for very little money.

PlayStation Plus and Xbox Live Gold subscriptions will be required to play the game across the weekend, as The Division 2 is an always online title.

In his hands-on experience with the upcoming expansion, Alessandro Fillari said that Warlords of New York--which ups the level cap to 40--is a great addition to The Division 2. "The new batch of content for the game doesn't seek to reinvent The Division 2, but rather, give more reason to want to engage with its particular approach to the familiar looter-shooter dynamic--which is OK with me." Warlords of New York arrives March 3.

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