Tom Clancy's The Division: Broken Dawn, the new novel from author Alex Irvine, brings to life the post-pandemic world of The Division while exploring a story that takes place in the months between the The Division and The Division 2. Irvine, who previously wrote Tom Clancy's The Division: New York Collapse, came back to collaborate with the development team at Massive Entertainment on this new project. To find out more, we chatted with Irvine about how he drew on The Division lore to expand the game's universe.
Tom Clancy's The Division: Broken Dawn lays bare the devastating effects of the global pandemic, as April Kelleher, the protagonist of New York Collapse, joins with Division agents Aurelio Diaz and Ike Ronson to discover a new threat to civilization. With a story that plays out separately from the events of The Division 2, Tom Clancy's The Division: Broken Dawn is a chance for fans to delve into the game's backstory and immerse themselves into its post-pandemic world. In this exclusive excerpt, Agent Diaz follows a mysterious lone woman as she confidently walks into the Dark Zone. Tom Clancy's The Division: Broken Dawn comes out March 26 at Penguin.com and other retailers. For more on the game, check out our previous The Division 2 coverage.