Ubisoft has shared a final update for Tom Clancy’s The Division‘s open beta, as they tracked down the numbers for the final day.
Agents successfully accomplished 17 million extractions from the Dark Zones, in the face of not only the uncertainty of facing enemies lurking in the shadows, but the prospect of being betrayed by fellow agents.
Ubisoft also put the spotlight on the many user created videos from the beta. You can check a few of these videos below.
Tom Clancy’s The Division will be released on March 8, 2016, on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. You can read what happened for days one, two, three, and four of the beta.
As the release draws near, you can also read more of our coverage here at GameRanx. Tom Clancy’s The Division will not have split screen gameplay, but it will launch with eye-tracking. You can get it free with the purchase of select Nvidia GeForce graphics cards, or the Logitech G810 gaming keyboard .
You can see how the beta’s map size compares to how big Tom Clancy’s The Division will be in the final release. You can also see how its map compares to Grand Theft Auto V and Fallout 4.
Ubisoft has also revealed plans for Tom Clancy’s The Division DLC. Xbox One players will get the first turn at all upcoming DLC, and Ubisoft intends to release both paid and free updates. The Season Pass will be extra enticing, thanks to all the exclusive content you will get from it, aside from the upcoming expansions.
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