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New content first on Xbox One for Tom Clancy's The Division

1:01 PM on 06.09.2014

Brittany Vincent

Associate Editor

Xbox One owners can grab additional content before anyone else

Tom Clancy's The Division will see its DLC coming to the Xbox One first. Sorry 'bout that, PC and PlayStation 4 adopters. The upcoming tactical shooter is slated for a 2015 release, and the latest footage out of E3 2014 showcases some interesting moves by other players who can play via mobile devices to control drones to support those on consoles. 

Unfortunately, great voice-acting and role-playing on the part of your friends isn't a safe bet like the E3 footage. You're going to have to supply that on your own, and no one talks like that, honestly. Better recruit some voice actors if you want to replicate that kind of experience at home. 

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