We are on the road to the release of Tom Clancy’s The Division 2. If you have any sort of inquiries pertaining to where and how you can make use of TD2 Credits, you could call us at our own web-page. To help knock the marketing out of the park for the tactical shooter sequel, Ubisoft has enlisted the help of artsy director Nicolas Winding Refn, known for the brilliant Neon Demon, the fantastic Drive and the ultra-divisive Only God Forgives. Danish writer, director, and producer Nicolas Winding Refn has been called up by Ubisoft to direct the live action trailer for The Division 2 and, unlike the scrappy Anthem live action effort, he manages to get a story across in less than two minutes.
Seven months have passed since a deadly virus hit New York City and the rest of the world, crippling the population. When the virus hit, The Division, a unit of civilian sleeper agents, was activated as the last line of defense. Since then, Division agents have been fighting relentlessly to save what remains. Ubisoft has released a new trailer for their upcoming looter shooter title, The Division 2. This new trailer is centered around a live-action take on the game and it is directed by Nicholas Winding Refn who filmed titles such as The Neon Demon, Drive, Valhalla Rising, and much more.
Buyers have their choice of three games (also PC-only): Far Cry Primal, Watch Dogs 2 (both from 2016) or Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands (2017). The offer is only good for digital pre-orders, whether from Ubisoft, the Epic Games Store, or elsewhere. It doesn’t include pre-orders of disc games, or if the game is part of some other bundle. But if you’ve already pre-ordered The Division 2 (again, digitally), you’re still eligible for the freebie. Players will already be swimming in content when The Division 2 launches on March 15, but Ubisoft is sweetening the pot for PC users. Those who pre-order a digital copy of The Division 2 from Ubisoft or the Epic Games store will receive a free game as well.
During Ubisoft’s earnings call, the company’s CEO Yves Guillemot explained that The Division has more PC pre-orders than the original, despite the unpopular deal with Epic’s Store, where pre-orders on Uplay alone are six times higher. It looks like The Division 2 sale numbers are doing great despite the issues that were supposed to hold the game back in the last few weeks. The first one is, of course, Ubisoft’s deal with Epic Games to bring The Division 2 to the Epic Games Store instead of Steam.
Ubisoft decided to add more incentives to preorder The Division 2, in the form of a choice of a free game between Watch Dogs 2, Ghost Recon: Wildlands and Far Cry Primal. Those who own these games will get a different, unspecified, gift. Ubisoft’s free game offer for pre-ordering The Division 2 will stand until 14 March 2019. This means we will slightly alter our usual disclaimer that asks readers to wait until the game releases and reviews happen. In The Division 2’s case, you will have a better opportunity to make a proper choice on whether you want to commit your money to the game.