The third and final expansion for Ubisoft’s The Division launches tomorrow, Feb. 28, alongside the hefty 1.6 update, the company announced today. Both pieces of content will be available simultaneously for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.
Last Stand, detailed last month, is an eight versus eight competitive multiplayer mode where players must capture three tactical locations set in Dark Zone maps. Unlike the Dark Zone area, players cannot go rogue or lose currency from dying. The expansion also includes a new incursion set “in a civilian TV Broadcast center taken over by the infamous Rikers gang” with different sets of challenges. It is part of The Division’s season pass for $40, or $15 individually.
The 1.6 update is free for everyone and contains a huge list of changes, following a month of players testing it on the public test server. The biggest changes include three harder Dark Zone areas, new Dark Zone events, a legendary difficulty for some missions, more exotic weapons, and better reward payouts for previous expansions and incursions.
You can read the entire patch notes here. The servers will be down for maintenance on Feb. 28 at 12:30 a.m. PT/3:30 a.m. ET and is expected to last four hours.
For those who haven’t tried The Division yet, a free trial will also be available starting tomorrow. The trial lasts for six hours and has a cap at level eight, but all progression will carry over to the full game if purchased.
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