Released in March of this year, Tom Clancy’s The Division is currently seeing huge price cuts across the board. While Amazon prices fluctuate, currently Ubisoft’s third-person shooter is sitting at USD $16.21 for PC, USD $17.73 for Xbox One, and USD $14.09 for PlayStation 4.
Interestingly enough, these prices are for the game’s physical copies sold by Amazon itself; for PC and PlayStation 4, digital copies are going for USD $49.99 and for Xbox One, USD $59.99. These prices are comparable to other retailers’ physical copies, with GameStop, BestBuy, and Target listing USD $49.99.
This discount comes in wake of major update 1.4, which makes a litany of changes to the game. Aside from various balance and weapon adjustments, 1.4 will introduce a new World Tiers feature that, upon reaching level 30, will allow players to be able to adjust the level of enemy NPCs and what quality loot they drop. To see the full list of changes coming in the update, see the patch notes.
Via The Division’s Public Test Server, PC players have been able to test 1.4 since late September. The 1.4 update is, according to Ubisoft, a love-letter to fans that came from player feedback and observation. To accommodate the content-heavy update, Ubisoft pushed back The Division’s upcoming Survival and Last Stand expansions. Survival is expected sometime this year, and Last Stand is expected sometime in early 2017.
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This post was originally written by Ruben Circelli.