The Division is free for everyone for a limited time


from David Martin
Ubisoft is putting together another game gift. As the publisher announced on its website, the first part of The Division can now be cleared for free for PC. PC players with an UPlay account will receive the agent shooter completely free of charge until September 8th. If you have linked The Division to your profile by then, you can keep it permanently and play as often as you like. Gold members of Xbox Live also currently receive the online shooter included with their membership – for Xbox One.

Ubisoft is giving away The Division for PC. As the publisher announced on its website, the agent shooter is currently available as a free download. Players with an UPlay account can secure the first part of The Division for free until September 8th. All you have to do is use the Visit the Ubisoft website and log in with your Ubisoft account. The Division will then be added to your UPlay library. If you have done this within the offer period, you can keep The Division permanently and play as often as you like.

The completely free version of The Division is only available on PC. However: if you have a gold membership with Xbox Live, the agent shooter is currently also included. The Division will be part of the September game lineup for Games with Gold. It should be noted, however, that The Division can only be played within an active gold membership on Xbox Live. If you end your subscription, you will no longer have access to the full version. (buy now for 34.89 €)

The online shooter is part of the Games with Gold program until the end of September. So you have a month to link The Division to your Xbox account. The Division is currently not available for free on PS4. For PS Plus members, the multiplayer shooter currently costs 29.99 euros. In the past, Ubisoft had repeatedly given away PC games. Most recently, the publisher distributed the Rayman Legends jumping game for free.

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