Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 70% off on Steam until January 26

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Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 ongoing weekend deal (Source: Own)

Released back in March 2019, Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 allows the player to lead a team of elite agents against the forces of evil in a fight taking place in a post-pandemic Washington DC. The 70% deal brings the Standard Edition of the game down to US$9, while the Warlords of New York Ultimate Edition is now available for US$24.

Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 arrived back in March 2019 as the sequel to Tom Clancy’s The Division. This online-only action role-playing title received favorable reviews from both the gaming community and the press. While the game was often praised for its setting, visuals, gameplay, and soundtrack, it also attracted some flak due to the Endgame content. Since its release, it sold over 10 million copies and it will sell some more in the next two weeks thanks to the 70% deal that is running on Steam.

Also available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 can be acquired from Steam in the following flavors, all with a 70% discount:

  • Standard Edition, now at US$9 (down from US$29.99)
  • Warlords of New York Edition, for US$18 (US$59.99 regular price)
  • Warlords of New York Ultimate Edition, priced at US$24 (down from US$79.99)

In addition to the above, those who already own the Standard Edition can buy only the Warlords of New York expanstion pack for US$9, which is also 70% down from a regular price of US$29.99.

A completely free-to-play spin-off, The Division Heartland, has been in development for more than two years and, after a few delays, is now set to arrive in a few months. Mobile gamers will be able to enjoy The Division Resurgence, a title that is headed for Android and iOS and is currently undergoing public testing, but has no release date yet.

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