As one should already know, the PS4 had gone a long time without the most recent Underground DLC for Tom Clancy’s The Division. Already available for a full month for PC and Xbox One, PS4 players can finally join in on the glitchy adventure of restoring New York back to normal.
Early August 2nd, the developers over at Massive took down the servers in order to add the current Underground expansion that PC and Xbox One players are on now, which adds more content to the base game. Although it only took 30 minutes for the maintenance window to be over with, it did prevent folks from glitching… I mean, playing the game.
But as usual, the DLC had issues when folks tried searching for it, which was either nowhere to be found, or would display Delta errors when folks tried accessing the Underground DLC. And for those that happened to be on PC or Xbox One, folks should know the two are the same errors that occurred on launch for both PC and Xbox One, which now transferred over to the PS4.
Although I have no ideal what Massive was doing for those 30 days to recreate a common error that happened back a month ago on said systems, PS4 folks finally can play the Underground DLC with all of its features now that the devs fixed it. Below is a tweet from The Division‘s official Twitter account explaining how to get the DLC.
[PS4] Note that in order to access Underground, you will first need to visit the DLC page in your PlayStation Store and click “Download”
— The Division (@TheDivisionGame) August 2, 2016
This DLC should bring along the new Dragon’s Nest Incursion, which adds some more glitches and quests to partake in. However, although I do not condone buying the Season Pass (just my opinion), folks who do own the Season Pass will gain access to it sooner, and will see it costing around $14.99.