Don’t Forget to Dive into The Division 2 Free Play Weekend

Ubisoft has officially announced an exciting opportunity for gaming enthusiasts all around the globe. Tom Clancy’s The Division 2, the riveting third-person looter shooter, will go free to play for a limited time. This special event is set to kick off at 6 PM UTC on May 18 and will continue until 8 AM UTC on May 22, 2023.

Players on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC platforms can participate in this event. This weekend spree offers an enticing chance to experience the immersive world of Division 2 without cost. And, if you decide to purchase the full game later, the progress made during this free trial will be carried forward.

The free weekend version will be available for PC users on Ubisoft Connect and Epic Games Store. To download, navigate to the Free Games section in Ubisoft Connect or the Division 2 Free Weekend tile on the Epic Games Store. PlayStation 4 and Xbox One users can find the game by searching for The Division 2 in their respective game stores and then selecting the “Try Free Demo” option.

To make things more convenient, there’s a preload option starting from 3 PM UTC on May 16, enabling players to download the game in advance and dive in as soon as the free weekend begins.

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