The Division is one of the most highly anticipated games of 2016 and Ubisoft certainly has a lot riding on this title. There have been a plethora of reports and leaks about this game, one such leak pointed towards Xbox One exclusivity for post-launch downloadable content, and today Ubisoft has confirmed that the Xbox One is going to have exclusivity over the first two DLC released for The Division.

Players on other platforms need not worry though because the first two The Division DLCs won’t be permanently exclusive to the Xbox One, they’ll just be there for 30 days before they’re released for the other platforms that this game is available on.

Ubisoft recently talked about the post-launch DLC for The Division in great detail. Underground and Survival and the first two downloadable expansions for this game and now we know that they will be available for the Xbox One 30 days before they arrive on PlayStation 4 and PC.

It has also confirmed that the third and final DLC expansion for The Division called Last Stand is going to be released simultaneously for all platforms later this year in the fall.

These paid expansions for The Division will be available to players who pick up the season pass, Gold Edition of Collector’s Edition of the game. The game itself is going to launch on PS4, Xbox One and PC tomorrow.

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