The first of three planned expansions for The Division showed a trailer during the Xbox E3 press conference. Underground will feature new maps with randomized layouts. This should come as a welcome addition to fans replaying the same missions over and over. All-new urban dungeons include subway stations and sewers. New environmental hazards provide traps to avoid or lure enemies into.

“As with the free Incursions and Conflict updates, Underground brings a host of new features and loot,” writes Giancarlo Varanini on Ubiblog. “The expansion’s eponymous mode puts Agents into subways, tunnels, and sewers generated with random layouts.”

The Division: Underground will also add a new Incursion called The Dragon’s Nest. It involves stopping The Cleaner’s in Hell’s Kitchen and is The Division’s biggest incursion yet.

Underground is part of The Division Season Pass. The second, Survival, is coming later this Summer. Last Stand should arrive by the end of the year. Each expansion will arrive first on Xbox One and PC.

The Division: Underground will be available June 28 for Xbox One and PC, and August 2 for Playstation 4. To celebrate Ubisoft’s 30th anniversary, The Division players can access three new outfits based on other Ubisoft titles. They are Rainbow Six Siege, Ghost Recon Wildlands, and Splinter Cell.

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