The weekly Humble Bundle features games from the Tom Clancy franchise, with an additional offer of access to “The Division” beta. Interested players who pay above the average of US$9.83 (approx. AU$15) will get access to the Tom Clancy’s “The Division” and “Rainbow Six Vegas 2.” The Humble Bundle lets the players unlock the original “Rainbow Six” and “Ghost Recon,” as well as “Rainbow Six Vegas,” “Splinter Cell Chaos Theory” and “Rainbow Six 3 Gold” for $1 (about AU $1.43).

The official Humble Bundle website confirms that those who are planning to spend more can get the package that costs a total of US$75 (approx. AU$108). The package will get them a copy of “Tom Clancy’s The Division” and beta access for the open world third-person shooter role-playing game. Fans will also get an exclusive shirt inspired by “Tom Clancy’s The Division” with the same package.

Apart from these treats, players can also get at least 66 percent discount on any three games from Ubisoft in the Humble Store coupon. The games available on Humble Bundle can only be downloaded through Uplay on Windows PC.

“Tom Clancy's The Division” beta is about to start and a large number of people have already reserved the beta access for the game. Recently, Entertainment Software Rating Board has rated “Tom Clancy’s The Division” with Mature rating.

“Cutscenes occasionally depict bound hostages being stabbed or shot in the head. The NSFW language appears in the dialogues,” stated ESRB in its statement released for “Tom Clancy’s The Division.”

“Tom Clancy’s The Division” is a third-person shooter that puts player in the role of a sleeper agent in a secret government agency called The Division. The agency is designed to respond to major disasters. “Tom Clancy's The Division” is scheduled to release on March 8 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Windows PC.

Tom Clancy’s The Division - Cash Contagion Trailer (Credit: YouTube/Ubisoft)