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The Division free weekend: December 7th thru 10th

Ubisoft is having a free play weekend for The Division and its DLC as part of the celebration of their launch of 1.8. During the weekend of December 7th through December 10th you can access both the base game and all DLC, including the new  will be free to play, with significant savings on both the base game and the DLC.

The Division places the players in the role of specialized agents that have been called on to take action when all else has failed in the wake of a devastating pandemic that has left the city of New York crippled and besieged by gangs, rioters and a group known as the Cleaners determined to burn away the pandemic at any cost.

The game offers a wide range of player experiences from open world player versus environment (PvE) that covers multiple districts in New York city, to player versus player (PvP) combat, including an area known as the Dark Zone at the heart of the city where Division agents might go rogue and open fire on their fellow agents.

Those who only enjoy a good PvE experience can have plenty of fun in the game, as the Dark Zone requires passing through a pair of doors to access, preventing players from accidentally wandering into the PvP possible area.

Progress made in The Division during this free weekend event will carry over to the game if it is purchased, so players can level up their character without fear that they would lose that progress.

Should players decide to purchase the game during the free trial weekend, they will get 70% off on the standard edition of The Division, and 60% off of the Season Pass.

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