Ubisoft is now offering a free game to anyone who pre-order the PC digital version of The Division 2.

It appears that Ubisoft has offered a neat promotion for those who spent their money first to get The Division 2 on PC. You can get one free game out of the three available with your digital orders up until March 14th. 

The three options are: Watchdogs 2, Far Cry Primal and Ghost Recon: Wildlands. The promotion is available for any edition of the games and available at almost all retailers. This clearly includes purchases made directly from Epic Games Store or from Uplay.

Watch Dogs 2
Watch Dogs 2 is an action-adventure by Ubisoft as a sequel to 2014's Watch Dogs and came out worldwide for PS4, Xbox One and Microsoft Windows in Nov 2016.
Far Cry Primal
Far Cry Primal is an action-adventure by Ubisoft. It came out worldwide for PS4 and Xbox One on Feb 23, 2016, and for Microsoft Windows on Mar 1, 2016. The game is a spin-off of the main Far Cry series.
Ghost Recon Wildlands
Ghost Recon Wildlands is a tactical shooter. Ubisoft released it worldwide on Mar 7, 2017, for Microsoft Windows, PS4 and Xbox One.

However, it’s invalid for retail PC copies or for codes stolen from these copies. Retailers who directly received Ubisoft codes are good, although you might have to to redeem it beforehand.

Even if you pre-ordered before this promotion announcement, it’s still possible to get the offer. Here’s a video for you to have a closer look at The Division 2:

In case you did redeem game key using Uplay, visit the official website, log in and all you have to do is pick your free game of choice. You are available to make your decision up until March 31st, but make sure to order The Division 2 before its release date, March 14th.

There’s another thing to be aware: you will not be able to play your free game until March 15th. And those who received The Division 2 for free that came from a bundle alongside hardware products are not qualified for this promotion offer.

Meanwhile, The Division 2 open beta has been confirmed and dated recently by Ubisoft. It will run from Match 1-4 on PS4, Xbox One and of course, PC. The firm promised to release more details on the contents soon. Make sure you catch the open beta and get to play the game in advance.