The Division 1.8 update available Dec 5


Tom Clancy's The Division is nearly two years old, and it doesn't have a big fanbase, but Ubisoft still hasn't given up on it.

You can check out a trailer flaunting the free weekend and update below. Coinciding with the release of Resistance, The Division Free Weekend is coming to all platforms from December 7th to December 10th.

The new free update has added the West Side Pier to Tom Clancy's The Division. This is created to get new players interested in the game and tempt those who have stopped playing it to come back.

The titular Resistance refers to new end-game PvE content that seems to play out pretty much like a traditional wave-based survival mode.

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"Resistance" is a PvE horde-type mode, where all the opposing factions have joined together in an effort to take down Division agents. Camp Clinton is a social hub like the terminals. This area also features a new dynamic spawning system for enemies, as well as new daily and special assignments. "West Side Pier Commendations" have been added too. Skirmish is a new PvP mode where two teams of four players compete to get the highest number of kills before the time limit.

The other mode is a 4v4 PvP mode called Skirmish. Agents who achieve "Manhunt" status will have objectives to interact with, which will reward them with Manhunt caches; non-Rogue agents will see the general area of the Manhunt objective and receive rewards for stopping the Manhunt agents. Waves of enemies spawn and players try to survive as long as they can.

As an extra, extra added bonus, Ubisoft has also announced that all three paid DLC packs will be made available to all players for a limited time. You can check out the full patch notes, right here.