Ubisoft and Massive Entertainment’s loot shooter Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 can be picked up for as little as three dollars while a big announcement is planned for the game’s future tomorrow.
The Division 2 is currently on sale at $2.99, plus tax depending on region, on the Microsoft Store for Xbox One for the next two weeks. It is the base version of the game, but the more expensive edition only offer some in-game items and early access to Year 1 Episodes that are free for all players.
Those who do not want a digital copy of the game will have to settle for a physical copy on the cheap, which retailer GameStop is currently selling for five dollars. Though this sale includes both Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions.
Unfortunately, PC users are still stuck at full price, though the game is included in Ubisoft’s Uplay+ PC subscription service for $14.99 per month.
The sudden sale a year after the game’s launch comes as the developer plans a livestream to “discover the future of The Division 2” tomorrow at 2 p.m. ET.
The trailer in the tweet’s announcement hints at an “expansion,” which is seemingly not the same as the Year 1 Episodes. The game received two episodes already with the third planned episode releasing sometime this month.