Tom Clancy’s The Division – Loot Trading Will Be Coming In April, Two Free Updates Announced

Ubisoft has just announced that The Division will receive two free updates, and that in April it will add loot trading. This basically means that players will be able to trade loot that’s collected during their co-op game session.

Going into more details, Ubisoft will release the first free update for The Division in April (and will add loot trading to the game) and the second free update in May.

“Beginning in April, the Incursions update will add an endgame activity designed for squad play, challenging teams of four players to face nigh-unstoppable enemies for high-level loot. Also coming with the Incursions update is loot trading. Players in the same squad will be able to trade loot that’s collected during their co-op game session. The Conflict update will follow in May, adding new Dark Zone feature and an incursion into New York’s Columbus Circle.”

Moreover, Ubisoft will implement new daily and weekly missions, as well as Dark Zone events.

Last but not least, Ubisoft will release three paid expansions for The Division.

The game releases on March 8th.


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