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Tom Clancy’s The Division Hosts a PC Free Weekend, September 14-17

If you’re looking for some fun in the gaming world, you can always pay attention to these kinds of announcements. Massive and Ubisoft has increased their free weekends lately. So, if you feel fatigued from other actual video games you’re playing, it’s always good to switch and clear your mind by playing something different. Starting from September 14th to 17th, you’ll be able to play The Division on PC for free.

Dealing then Open World of New York city and the virus catastrophe for free might be a reason for new agents to join The Division. Now that Massive and Ubisoft have decided to extend the content by bringing a new update to the game, this kind of event is a good way of introducing the game to those who never tried The Division before.

After the Free Weekend, players will be able to get up to 60% discount and buy The Division. Of course, it’s more than usual those who find the game entertaining to buy it. Every progress through the free weekend will be saved. Saving progress will help players who purchase the game to continue playing from where they’ve stopped.

The free weekend starts on 14th of September 7 PM CEST and ends on 17th 10 PM CEST. Pre-loading the game is already available on Uplay.

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