Tom Clancy's The Division will be free to play on PC this weekend

This free weekend is exclusive to PC

Tom Clancy's The DIvision will be free to play on PC this weekend

Tom Clancy's The Division will be free to play on PC this weekend

 
Ubisoft has announced that Tom Clancy's The Division will have a free weekend between September 14th and 17th. This free weekend will be exclusive to PC gamers. 
 
During this time The Division will also be available with a 60% discount. Preloads will be available before the free weekend starts, allowing the whole free weekend to be used to play the game. 

  


This weekend, all PC players will be able to play Tom Clancy’s The Division, for free! Have you been waiting for a chance to take back New York with your friends? Play all weekend, from September 14th to 17th!

After you have had a taste of a transformed New York City, head to the Ubisoft Store and you’ll get up to 60% off when you purchase the game – these sales are available for a limited time. Your progression will be saved in case of purchase.

 

PC gamers can access The Division's Free Weekend during the following times:

  • - From September 14th 7pm CEST (6pm PST) to September 17th 10pm CEST (9pm BST)
  • - Pre-load will be available on Uplay PC starting September 12th 6pm CEST (5pm).

 

 

You can join the discussion on Tom Clancy's The Division's Free weekend on the OC3D Forums

 

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