Microsoft E3 2016- The Division's Underground DLC coming first to Xbox One

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Microsoft E3 2016- The Division's Underground DLC coming first to Xbox One

June 13, 2016

By: Anson Chan

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Developer
Ubisoft Massive
Publisher
Ubisoft
Platforms
Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC
Release Date
March 7, 2016 (Calendar)
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As one of the most high-profile releases of 2016, The Division was envisioned as a loot based, semi-open world squad shooter that takes place in a post-biological apocalypse New York. With the recent release of The Division's Incursions, a set of free endgame-tier missions, it is clear that Ubisoft and Massive  is not quite done with producing content for The Division just yet despite people's reactions to the game's current state.

As such, The Division has its own set of paid DLC, with the first DLC pack being released on Xbox One and PC on June 28th, just a little under a week ahead of the PS4 launch date of August 2nd.

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Dubbed Underground, this new DLC pack is based on the premise that the enemies that you fought in the main game weren't as defeated as you once thought, taking shelter in the subway tunnels and sewers of New York and biding their time to strike back. Naturally, it is your goal to go after them with your friends (or with any random people you meet through matchmaking).

 
 

Not as big as the post office, but it'll do
Not as big as the post office, but it'll do

Featuring "randomly generated missions" and "deadly urban dungeons" that are more or less filled with plenty of things like improvised electrical traps, explosives, and turrets, Underground also lets you bring the fight to the remnants of the Cleaners and Last Man Battalion with your own (new) underground base of operations/social space.

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