The Division is free to play this weekend, starting from today

Ubisoft has announced a new free to play weekend for Tom Clancy’s The Division. This free weekend starts today and will last until September 13th. As Ubisoft pointed out, only the Standard Edition of the game will be free to play, meaning that the Underground, Survival and Last Stand expansions won’t be playable.

Ubisoft also noted that the current free trial offer, which gives players full access to the main game until they reach level 8 or complete six hours of playtime, will be on hiatus during the free weekend but reinstated once the free weekend promotion ends. As such, players who have downloaded the free trial before September 6th won’t be able to pursue their adventure on this version of The Division.

Last but not least, those who want to keep playing after the Free Weekend period is over can transfer their progress to the full game, which will be available for up to 70% off until September 11th on the Ubisoft Store and September 10th on Steam.

Have fun!

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