The Division 2 Will Be on Sale for 40% Off Throughout Most of June

Tom Clancy's The Division 2 will have a 40% off sale going on from June 7 to June 24, just in time for general E3-related hype.

June 7, 2019

Many eyes will soon be on Ubisoft for E3 2019 next week, so why not move some product in the meanwhile? The French company’s online multiplayer shooter Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 will have a 40% sale in the Ubisoft Store starting today, going all the way to June 24. If you aren’t one of the many who contributed to the game’s massive sales, now might be your best shot.

It’s a bit different across platforms, with the Xbox One and PS4 versions being 40% off, while the PC version, currently exclusive to the Epic Games Store, will be 33% off. The Division 2 has been high up in sales charts in recent months, but the game found significant success digitally in the PlayStation Store.


Personally, I still don’t own the game myself, but I did get to check it out back in December, where I played some Dark Zone segments of the multiplayer. I generally had good impressions of the gameplay, having not played the first Division, with some concerns about post-release support. It doesn’t look like Ubisoft has had any significant issues with the game’s player base, so this sale shouldn’t do anything less than to further expand it.

Ubisoft should have much more in store for next week’s E3 showcase—we’ll probably get an update on The Division 2, possibly with new content and hopefully raids. We already know that we should expect to see Watch Dogs Legions as a leading announcement, and maybe more on Ghost Recon Breakpoint. Skull & Bones will miss the show, however, and fans shouldn’t hold their breath for a new Splinter Cell game.

While we don’t expect the sale to apply here, The Division 2 will also be coming to Google Stadia. Be sure to look back to our review of The Division 2 here, along with our guide on how to play with friends through this link.

Chris Compendio

Chris is a writer currently based in the Philadelphia area. They are currently writing for film website Flixist, podcasting for Marvel News Desk, and were an editorial intern for Paste Magazine's gaming section. They graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a creative writing major.

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