Free The Division Gear Sets; Redeemable Code Inside (America Only)

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Posted Jan 20, 2016
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Free The Division Gear sets are unlockable by redeeming a code that Ubisoft supplied in their live-action series for The Division, Agent Origins.

The gear sets are inspired by the ‘The Division’ video series, and gives in-game Division Agents an unique look and includes skills that will help you take back New York.

The following gear sets are unlockable by redeeming the code that Ubisoft provided:

Paramedic, Firefighter, Police, and Hunter.

Please note that the code is only redeemable for those in Northern or Southern America (Canada included).

You will not be able to redeem this code until the release of the full game. Any attempts prior to that will result in an error message.

Some Reddit users seem to have activated the code regardless, here.

You can add it via:

  • Account Information page
  • Clicking the icon top-mid that looks like a controller and a + icon.
  • Clicking the three lines icon top left and then selecting Activate Product.

Redeem this code, “AGENTORIGINS”, right here to unlock your 4 Free Division Agent Gear Sets.

About The Division Agent Origins

Inspired by the groundbreaking video game and created in collaboration with innovative YouTube powerhouses CorridorDigital, RocketJump, and Devin Supertramp, Ubisoft proudly presents Tom Clancy’s The Division: Agent Origins. This thrilling live action video series follows the lives of four agents of The Division as they’re activated and leap headfirst into the fight to save New York City.

The Division is slated for a release on March 8 for Xbox One, PC, and PS4. A beta for the game will release first on Xbox One on January 28, while PS4 and PC owners will be able to enjoy the beta on January 29,2016.

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The Beta file size for the PC version was leaked overnight, and weighs in at 26,25GB – roughly 3GB more than the game’s Xbox One alpha from December.

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