Ubisoft’s Division is Free for PC Gamers and Xbox Live Gold Subscribers

Ubisoft has a bit of a history of handing out its titles for free, with Watch Dogs 2 recently being made obtainable at no cost on PC. Now, the video game titan is giving away Tom Clancy’s The Division (the unique, not the more modern sequel).

You can head to Ubisoft’s site to register for getting The Division for free. You’ll need to have a Uplay account and be utilizing the Uplay software client in order to play the game. Extra importantly, you’ll want so as to add it to your library before September Eight at 6PM (your native time).

Xbox Live Gold members can also nab the game for free as part of this month’s Xbox Games with Gold lineup, which additionally includes The Book of Unwritten Tales 2, Armed and Dangerous, and de Blob 2.

As long as you add the title to your Uplay collection earlier than September 8 (or the tip of the month for Xbox Gold players), it’ll be yours to maintain, even as soon as the supply has expired. It’s value noting that Xbox Live Gold subscribers will only be able to play it whereas their subscription is energetic.

Tom Clancy’s The Division is set in a post-apocalyptic New York after a deadly pandemic has taken its toll and the streets have turned violent. You can play solo, ally with up to three pals to assist in your fight or face off in the player-vs-player fight.

While you can play single-player, it’s value mentioning that the games online multiplayer has been widely received as the title’s strong point, and much of the net player base for the original Division title has seemingly moved to The Division 2 at this stage.

So while there may not be as lively an online community as their once was, it’s very doable that the occasion of giving the game away for free may help Ubisoft revive its popularity and rekindle the net action.