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The Division Underground expansion coming later this month, according to Amazon

The Division’s Underground expansion will launch on June 28 for Xbox One, according to a recent listing by Amazon.

Underground will be the first paid expansion for Ubisoft’s The Division, which came to PS4, Xbox One and PC earlier this year.

Like most of the planned post-launch content for The Division, it will be coming first to Xbox One for a period of 30 days.

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Players on Xbox One will be able to preload the new expansion on June 25

“Code will be delivered starting on 25 June 2016 and you will be able to download it to your Xbox One but the game will not be playable until 00:01 on 28 June 2016,” states the listing.

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The Division has three major expansions planned for the remainder of 2016. The first two, Underground and Survival, will be coming first to Xbox One. Last Stand, the final expansion, will not be a timed exclusive to any platform.

We described the game as “a hugely compelling, fiendishly addictive persistent shooter – one so good that it’s getting hard to go back to straight, offline action games” in our review, scoring it an impressive 8/10.

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