Ubisoft has announced that anyone who pre-orders Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 digitally on PC will receive a free digital copy of their choice of several Ubisoft games. The games that are included in the offer are:

  • Watch Dogs 2
  • Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands
  • Far Cry Primal

To be eligible for the offer you have to pre-order The Division 2 before March 14, 2019 through either the Ubisoft Store or the Epic Store. This announcement comes shortly after the decision to sell PC editions of the game exclusively on Epic and the Ubisoft store, to some players’ dismay.

One people have a copy of The Division 2 in their Uplay games library beginning on March 15, they will be given the option to choose one of the aforementioned games by following the information on The Division website. It’s important to note that players will only have until March 21, 2019 to redeem their free game, so this isn’t something you want to wait on if you’re planning to pre-order on PC.

The Division 2 is being developed by Massive Entertainment in collaboration with seven other studios around the world. The game takes you away from ground zero of the Dollar Flu in New York City and to Washington D.C., seven months after the outbreak. Building ont eh systems established in the first game and improved upon in DLC installments, Massive has rebuilt the core structure of The Division to really allow the player to affect D.C.

There will be an Open Beta for The Division 2 running from March 1 to March 4 across PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4, which will give people an opportunity to sink into a near-release build of the game and make a judgement for themselves.

ScholarlyGamers’ own AcuteJungle66 went hands-on with The Division 2 during the Private Beta, and shared his overall positive impressions on how The Division 2 maintained everything that made the initial game a success while rectifying issues that many players had with loot systems and the Dark Zone.

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