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The Division's next expansion launches next week with new features and another Incursion

Clear Sky, full health, can't lose

Ubisoft announced that Tom Clancy's The Division will receive its second major update on May 24. The trailer above shows off version 1.2 of the game, Conflict, which players will have access to for free.

Included in the Conflict expansion is a new Incursion, called "Clear Sky," which takes agents uptown to fight off enemies in Columbus Circle. "Clear Sky challenges you to take back a formerly LMB-controlled anti-air missile site, restore safe passage to the skies over Manhattan, and reclaim supply drops stolen by Rikers," according to the Ubisoft Blog.

Also in the update is a new feature called high-value targets. The names of these targets are provided to players inside of their base, where they'll have a single chance and a limited amount of time to take them out. Also changing are extractions: Agents can now "hijack" loot, cutting undefended extracts down off of helicopters and making off with the goods. You can see all of these new features in action above.

Players will also have more gear sets, weapons and loots to find as part of the update. At the end of the trailer, Ubisoft has teased the rest of what's to come for The Division, including an expansion called Underground in June, Survival this summer and Last Stand in the winter. Unlike the previous two updates, these will come at a cost.

Check out the first free update, Incursions, in our Overview below.