Resistance update 1.8 is the largest free update for the game to date, expanding the game map with West Side Pier, introducing new open world activities and new games modes too. Be the team with the highest number of kills when the time limit expires. So yeah, death-match. Resistance though, sounds cool. In this area, the enemy factions are "teaming up" to take on the Division. Enemies drop resources that can be used to either set up defenses or extend the battlefield, offering more tactical options to the players. The more waves you complete, the better rewards you get. Very cool actually, and a proper horde mode.
Lastly a free weekend to try out all of the expansions and game content will run from December 7-10, 2017 on all platforms.
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Ubisoft has posted a trailer for the latest update to Tom Clancy's The Division's 1.8 update to celebrate its launch tomorrow, and announced plans for a free weekend to boot. All progress from the free weekend will carry over to the full game if players purchase it. Even if you don't have the Season Pass, the game's three Expansions - Underground, Survival and Last Stand - will be playable by all until December 10. The two new game modes are Resistance and Skirmish.
Additionally, "Resistance", Update 1.8 will include a new social hub, improvements to the Underground DLC, a revamp of the rogue mechanics, as well as an optimisation of the gear system letting players improve the stats of their favourite equipment. These changes were desperately needed. The longer you can survive, the greater the rewards you'll earn. One by one, basic services fail and in only days, without food or water, society collapses into chaos.