The squad-focused loot shooter is moving from a frozen New York City to the mild streets of the nation’s capital. We speak with the game's director about what the move will mean for fans of The Division.
Drain the swamp of D.C. with three (or more) of your friends in this post apocalyptic loot shooter sequel.
A free weekend to show off Expansion II: Survival is also coming on Friday.
We hope you have your reading glasses on because there's a lot of ground to cover here, Agent.
Want to test out The Division's October update 1.4 prior to its official release? Then head on over to your PC so you can take part in the game's Public Test Server.
Want to try before you buy? The Division's 1.4 update will make it so.
Sorry, Agents. No public test servers for us this week.
The Division's usual server maintenance period is here, but its times and its length have changed drastically. Could big changes be planned?
In its latest State of the Game, Massive Entertainment has revealed some upcoming changes to The Division.
Surprise! You guys really like The Division.
More details regarding The Division's update 1.2 have been revealed today.
Agents should prepare for around three hours of downtime when the servers go down on May 12.
The next major patch for The Division looks to help increase High End loot drops, introduces a new Dark Zone bracket, and more.
Ubisoft Massive is trying to find a 'permanent solution.'
Ubisoft has high hopes for The Division, which is why it will begin offering a season pass for the upcoming third-person shooter as well as a Gold and Collector's Edition.
Massive Studio Director David Polfeldt discusses the Ubisoft open world RPG game set in New York City, Tom Clancy's The Division, in this exclusive gameplay interview.