Owner of the shooter “The Division” tomorrow will be considered with the extension 1.8 “resistance”. In addition, the title can be played for a few days for free. A temporary access to the three extensions “Underground”, “Survival” and “Last Stand” completes the whole thing.
Ubisoft has announced that it will release the update “Resistance” for online shooter “Tom Clancy’s The Division” on December 5, 2017. This is true for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Shortly after the debut of Resistance, The Division is going through a free weekend. It will take place from 7 to 10 December 2017 on all platforms. Owners of “The Division” will also have free access to all upgrades from 5 to 10 December 2017. These are “Underground”, “Survival” and “Last Stand”.
Back to the update 1.8 “Resistance”. According to Ubisoft, it is the most comprehensive free upgrade for The Division to date, adding a new dimension to the game world: The West Side Piers. In addition to the various open-world activities, the West Side Piers will host two new game modes. These include (manufacturer’s description):
•Resistance (PvE mode) – In resistance, the various factions cooperate against division agents. Four agents try to survive in continuous enemy waves for as long as possible. Enemies drop resources that can either be used to build defenses or widen the battlefield, giving players more tactical options. The players need to work together and find the best strategy to survive as many enemy waves as possible and get better rewards.
•Combat (PvP Mode) – In action, two teams of four players each fight for the highest number of elimination attempts until the time runs out. The teams receive points each time an opposing player is eliminated.
In addition, the update 1.8 brings a new social hub, improvements to the “underground” DLC, a revision of the renegade mechanics as well as an optimization of the equipment system.
Free weekend around The Division
From December 7 to 10, the complete game will be available to new players on all available platforms. “The current trial offer, which gives players free access to the main game up to the eighth level or up to six hours of play time, will be paused during the free weekend, and players who download the free trial before 7 December will be restricted until the end of the free weekend, “says Ubisoft. The game progress can be transferred to the full version.