Tom Clancy’s ‘The Division’ News & Update: Second Thoughts Whether to Buy? Here’s Why You Should Try it When It Goes Free This Weekend

By Staff Reporter , Updated Dec 15, 2016 08:02 PM EST

Tom Clancy's "The Division" Game is free this weekend for PC users and we have some good reasons why you should try it. By now, most players know about the issues surrounding the game, but according to the latest news, Ubisoft's efforts to improve the game has paid off. This weekend, the developer is taking it to the next level by boldly offering it for free for a limited time only.

After series of development, updates and server upgrading, the developer behind "The Division" is all set to introduce the game one more time. Unfortunately, the free weekend game will not include "The Division" Underground DLC and "The Division" Survival DLC. According to Forbes, one of the few things, the game had that attracted thousands of players is the Survival DLC. It's unfortunate that they were not able to include it.

Interestingly, Tom Clancy's "The Division" free version this coming weekend will save all your progression and carries it to the new game if players decide to purchase it. Meanwhile, there's a good reason why Ubisoft is not including "The Division" Survival DLC in the game and that's to respect the players who already bought the Season Pass or the Survival DLC; clearly, it will not be fair to offer it for free.

Also, "The Division" game has been as complicated as it is interesting since the beginning and Ubisoft might not want to confuse new gamers with the DLC. The mechanics of "The Division" despite being interesting and challenging, also sets a new level of gaming experience that new players may find difficult to grasp.

Tom Clancy's "The Division" is a work in progress, and for players who want to join the experience, the game will be free starting at 10 a.m. PT today until 1 p.m. PT on December 18. For more news about "The Division" game and its two DLCs, make sure to read us here on GameNGuide.

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