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The Division Microtransactions Are Non-Existent, Phoenix Credits to be Explained Soon

Back in Summer 2014, Ubisoft mentioned the idea of The Division microtransactions. Since then the topic has been put aside and there haven’t been any details about it.

If you were wondering how The Division will handle microtransactions, we have the answer for you. There are no microtransactions in The Division, Ubisoft has confirmed.

This is very interesting because The Division looks like a game that is tailor-made for Microtransactions. During the beta, players noticed something called Phynix Credits and it was assumed that these will be up for sale for real-life money.

Now that we know that won’t be the case, what are these and how will these credits play a role in the game?

According to Stappers, details will be shared soon.

It is safe to say that Phynix Credits can be earned in-game through gameplay.

No microtransactions and P2W model is good news for fans, but keep in mind that we have seen devs say one thing and then do the other. There have been examples in the past where devs announced no Microtransactions but later added them via game updates.

The Division is heading to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on March 8. Similar to other releases, we have reports of the game breaking street date in the middle east. Previously, Bloodborne, Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and many others were put on sale early in the region.

If you are from Middle East, you can pick-up The Division now. You will need an internet connection to play the game online and access the Dark Zone.