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The Division expansion packs revealed, Xbox One gets 30-day exclusive

Tom Clancy’s The Division hit the shelves only hours ago, but Ubisoft isn’t wasting any time in detailing the post-launch DLC.

The French publisher has unveiled Expansion Packs I and II, with a third mission to be announced at a later date.

Underground and Submission will both have 30-day exclusivity on the Xbox One console on their respective launch dates, which are yet to be announced.

In a post on the Ubisoft blog, the company explained: “Underground, the first paid expansion, puts agents in New York’s labyrinthine underworld of tunnels and subways to track down groups of dangerous enemies.

“Survival, the second paid expansion, tests players’ ability to survive and gather crucial supplies in an incredibly hostile environment.”

All of the paid content will be available to gamers who purchased the Season Pass, Gold Edition or Collectors Edition of the game, which launched to great acclaim on Tuesday. Everyone else will be able to purchase it on an individual basis.

Related: The Division review in progress

Last week, Ubisoft served up some details for the full year-one content schedule for its new shooter. The free updates, which will launch simultaneously on all platforms, will include:

Incursions: “A challenging end-game activity that rewards squads with high-level loot, if they’re successful. Incursions also introduces some new features, including loot trading between squad mates.

Conflict: “The second free update, Conflict, adds new Dark Zone features and a special incursion into New York’s iconic Columbus Circle.”

The Last Stand: The final free update is yet to be detailed, but will be announced this winter.

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