The Division's Underground DLC Available Now, Standalone Price Revealed
Underground is included in the season pass or available separately for $15.
The Underground DLC expansion for Tom Clancy's The Division is available now on Xbox One. It can be purchased as part of the game's Season Pass, which is available for $39.99, or individually for $14.99.
The content has appeared on Xbox Live and is available to download. For those that aren't familiar with it, Underground is the first of three planned paid expansions for The Division. It features a new raid called Dragon's Nest, and new areas to explore that offer "endless replayability." Developer Ubisoft has achieved this by introducing what is essentially randomly generated dungeons.
Along with the new content, The Division will also receive its 1.3 update. This introduces major weapon balance changes and a talent recalibration system, and fixes a bug where the moon was upside down. Check out the full patch notes here. The patch will be available Xbox One and PC, but is delayed on PS4.
As announced at E3 2016, Underground is part of a timed-exclusivity deal between Microsoft and Ubisoft. The expansion will launch first on Xbox One and PC, before coming to PS4 later.
The other two upcoming expansions are called Survival and Last Stand. All three are included in the $40 DLC pass. If the other two DLC expansions are priced the same as Underground, purchasing the pass would represent a $5 saving.
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