When we talk about Ubisoft, one can’t help but think of the popular game series such as Rainbow Six: Siege, Prince of Persia games, Assassin’s Creed games, and a few other. However, one of their unique games is Tom Clancy’s division 2. In case you might be wondering why is it unique, well it is because of the genre. It is one of the very few RPG games by Ubisoft, not only a RPG but a RPG which is also a third person shooter at the same time. Now, Tom Clancy’s Division 2 is getting a free to play weekend soon. This free to play weekend would last from September 24, 2020 to September 27, 2020. Ubisoft is really popular for free weekends for their games. Especially for games such as Rainbow Six Siege, and Division 2. These games have had many free to play weekends so far. Click here to check the official page.
Just like other free to play weekends for Ubisoft games, you not only get to play as much as you want in the free weekend. But, even if you decide to purchase the whole game later on, the progress would carry over. Thus, you won’t have to worry about losing the progress. Additionally, you also get massive discounts on all of the editions. So, if you have a good time playing te free weekend, and want to play more, you can do that. Not only will the progress carry over, but you would get it at a greatly discounted price too. You get upto a whopping 85% discount depending on the variant you purchase. To access the free weekend on PC, you will need to head over to Uplay or the Epic Games Store. You can play from 09:00 local time on Thursday until 16:00 local time the following Monday.
About Tom Clancy’s Divison 2
Tom Clancy's The Division 2 is an Online Action RPG video game developed by Massive Entertainment and published by Ubisoft. It is the sequel to Tom Clancy's The Division (2016), is set in the near future in Washington, DC after the release of a genetically modified virus known as "Green Poison," and follows an agent of the Homeland Strategic Division as it tries to rebuild the city. The game was released for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on March 15, 2019.