Get The Division 2 For Free This Weekend

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Ubisoft are calling new agents to the fight in Washington, DC this weekend and it won’t cost you a penny!

The Division 2 has already been heavily discounted recently in Playstation’s January sale, offering the game – including the Year One Pass – for just £15 (approx. $19.50 USD). But now you can get an even better deal because The Division 2 is going free to play this weekend February 29 to March 1 2020.



Ubisoft have just slashed the price of their RPG to just £2.50 on their Uplay store for the standard edition on PC (approx. $2.99). The Division 2 will also be free to download this weekend, just before the new Warlords of New York expansion drops on March 3 2020. This expansion comes as the first brick in Massive’s “new” RPG as they completely reformat The Division 2’s structure.

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The game will be getting seasons and battle passes along with a calendar of activities in a bid to keep The Division 2 fresh and exciting. Other cool additions and changes to the game include bringing back the fan-favourite rogue agent Aaron Keener, along with a band of terrifying Cleaners and Rikers.

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Episode 3 of The Division 2 went into early access on February 12 2020. The player has to track down a scientist who may hold the key to curing the virus, but they’re being held somewhere on Coney Island.


Warlords of New York is coming on March 3 2020 and is available to new and existing players at slightly different prices. Current players can get the expansion for 30€ (approx. $33 USD), whilst new players can get a pack consisting of the standard edition of the game plus the DLC for 40€. New players can go one step better with a 60€ package which includes the game, DLC and Year One Pass.

Warlords of New York is available on all platforms on March 3rd 2020 with plans to launch later in the month on Google Stadia.

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