Ubisoft launches a trial version of The Division 2

Ubisoft launches a trial version of The Division 2

Ubisoft has recently made some of its games free for a limited time in order to make the confinement a bit easier for the people that are staying at home. The new initiative of the French company has nothing to do with the coronavirus but it still gives you the chance of playing one of their games for free, albeit only for a very limited time. If you are one of those that has missed all of Tom Clancy's The Division 2 free weekends that have been organized during the past months but you still would like to give a try to the game before deciding if you buy it, you can now play The Division 2 free trial anytime.

The Division 2 trial lets you discover the action role-playing game developed by Massive Entertainment. You will have access to all of the features in the game except the clans and the in-game store. You will start exploring and completing missions in Washington D.C. and you can play solo or with up to four other players. The trial version has some limits though, you can't get past level 8 and the maximum time that you can play it is eight hours. Although it's not much time, it's more than enough to allow you to form an opinion about the game and decide if you are going to buy it. If you decide to buy it at some point during or after the trial, remember that all your progress will be saved and that you can find it at the best price via our comparator.



As a bonus, playing The Division 2 trial will reward players that own Rainbow Six Siege with a few cosmetic items for Ela. The pack of The Division inspiration includes a full uniform and a skin for the Scorpion EVO 3 A1.

Tom Clancy's The Division 2 trial is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Uplay and Epic Games Store.

  • Categories : Action
  • Editor : Ubisoft
  • Developer : Massive Entertainment
  • Mode(s) : Solo, Multiplayer, Co-op
  • Release date : March 14, 2019
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