Ubisoft brought some good news to Division fans by announcing that the Underground expansion for Tom Clancy’s The Division will be available first on Xbox One and PC on June 28, and on August 2 for the PlayStation 4. Underground is the first of three expansions bringing new activities, features and items to add to the original game. Underground is available with the Season Pass or can be purchased separately for $14.99.
In the Underground expansion, players will confront and fight the threat rampaging through New York’s underground. Players will hunt deadly enemies with up to three friends through an endless maze of tunnels and subways. Underground will also feature the Dragon’s Nest incursion: The Division’s biggest incursion yet and 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. Players will also get to experience Underground mode where you will explore randomly generated dungeons comprised of subways, tunnels and sewers to fight enemies. You will also tackle extreme threats and environmental hazards and experience new challenges, receive new rewards and gain more powerful loot.
Ubisoft didn’t stop there though, they also announced two free challenges Hudson Yards and the Queen’s Tunnel as well as a heroic difficult. 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 already in challenger mode. They also announced to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Ubisoft The Division players will be offered three full outfits from Ghost Recon Wildlands, Rainbow Six Siege and Splinter Cell. You can redeem your outfits on June 28th from the Ubisoft Club by logging into https://club.ubi.com/#!/en-US/
But wait, there’s more! Expansion II: Survival, was unveiled with a brief video. A severe blizzard of sorts puts players against the environment as well as enemy threats. There is not a whole lot more to say about the second expansion yet so I’ll let you take a look for yourself. If you need to see the Underground for yourself heres another video just for you.