Tom Clancy’s The Division: Underground Announced at E3

Tom Clancy’s The Division is set to receive it’s first expansion pack entitled Underground.  The announcement was made during Ubisoft’s E3 press conference where they stated that the expansion pack will be available on June 28 for Xbox One and Windows 10 PC and on August 2 for Playstation 4.  Underground will be available to anyone with the Season Pass or for $14.99 if you do not have the Season Pass.  Underground will be the first of three paid expansions for the game with the second one, entitled Survival, coming in the future. 

Ubisoft has provided details on the expansion:

• Dragon’s Nest incursion: The biggest incursion to date takes place in Hell’s Kitchen. Cleaners have been ramping up their efforts to destroy the virus with fire, and are causing disorder that will eventually affect the Base of Operations if not stopped.
Underground mode: Explore randomly generated dungeons comprised of subways, tunnels and sewers to fight deadly enemies. Players will tackle extreme threats and environmental hazards and dive into new challenges, receive new rewards and recover powerful loot.

All players will also get access to free content on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system, and Windows PC.
• Challenge missions: Hudson Yards and the Queen’s Tunnel will be available in Challenge mode.
• Heroic difficulty: Players will be able to select the new Heroic difficulty setting for all the Falcon Lost and Clear Sky incursions and for all main missions that exist in Challenge mode.

Ubisoft also announced that players will receive three complete cosmetic outfits from Ghost Recon: Wildlands, Rainbow Six: Siege and Splinter Cell as a special gift to help celebrate Ubisoft’s 30th anniversary. Players can claim the outfits on June 28 by logging into their Ubisoft Club accounts.

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