08/27/2015 09:00 AM
“Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime” — Chinese proverb.
As you all know, The Division happens a couple of weeks after a lethal virus spreads in New York, on Black Friday. If you imagine something like this happening tomorrow, it’s a scary thought… right? But we want to take care of you as our beloved fans, and we want you to be safe.
Preppers and survivalists all agree that planning and preparation in advance is key. Worry not, we have exactly what you need:
At first glance, New York Collapse is an urban survival guide that gives you real tips to stay alive when you are stuck in a city in chaos. It tells you everything you need to know to fulfill your basic needs of finding safe shelter, water, food, and to more unexpected – and potentially life-saving – tricks, like catching small game in Central Park or stitching yourself up with super glue… and more.
Which items should you secure before stores get emptied?
Should you survive on your own, or should you seek jam-packed refugee shelters?
Is fire really the best way to dispose of bodies?
Is it a good idea to escape the city through the river on an inflatable mattress?
But this field guide is more than what it seems. As you discover the handwritten notes in the margins, you will embark with a survivor of the crisis on an investigation which will lead you to the heart of the mystery of the Black Friday pandemic.
Tom Clancy’s The Division: New York Collapse will be available on March 8 alongside the game. New York Collapse is available for pre-order through Amazon, Target, Barnes & Noble, and Chronicle Books.
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