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Ubisoft has unveiled the special editions and preorder bonuses that are available for The Division 2 on all platforms.

Kicking things off is the Gold Edition of the game. This version of the game bundles the base game with the Year One Pass and three days of early access. The Year One Pass includes seven days of early access to all Year One Episodes, exclusive customization items, additional activities, and more.

The next step up is the Digital Ultimate Edition. This includes everything found in the Gold Edition, plus three additional digital packs (Elite Agent Pack, Battleworn Secret Service Pack, First Responder Pack).

For players looking for something a bit more collectible, the Dark Zone Definitive Collector’s Edition is available. This version includes the Gold Edition in a Steelbook case, three days of early access to the game, a 30cm-high Ubicollectibles figurine of Heather Ward, a book of lithographs, the game soundtrack, and a Washington, DC map.

Finally, the Phoenix Shield Collector’s Edition offers three days of early access, the Year One Pass, an Ubicollectibles high-end one-sixth scale articulated figurine of Brian Johnson, and all the physical items found in the Dark Zone Definitive Collector’s Edition.

Ubisoft also announced that all pre-orders of the game will include access to the Private Beta and the Capitol Defender Pack, which includes two exclusive in-game items: “The Lullaby,” an exotic SPAS-12 shotgun, and the Hazmat 2.0 outfit.

The Division 2 launches March 15th, 2019 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.

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Source: Ubisoft


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The Division 2’s special editions include early access

Ubisoft has shared details about the various special editions available for The Division 2.

By Matthew Bennett | 08/21/2018 06:41 AM PT | Updated 08/21/2018 11:31 AM PT

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Ubisoft has unveiled the special editions and preorder bonuses that are available for The Division 2 on all platforms.

Kicking things off is the Gold Edition of the game. This version of the game bundles the base game with the Year One Pass and three days of early access. The Year One Pass includes seven days of early access to all Year One Episodes, exclusive customization items, additional activities, and more.

The next step up is the Digital Ultimate Edition. This includes everything found in the Gold Edition, plus three additional digital packs (Elite Agent Pack, Battleworn Secret Service Pack, First Responder Pack).

For players looking for something a bit more collectible, the Dark Zone Definitive Collector’s Edition is available. This version includes the Gold Edition in a Steelbook case, three days of early access to the game, a 30cm-high Ubicollectibles figurine of Heather Ward, a book of lithographs, the game soundtrack, and a Washington, DC map.

Finally, the Phoenix Shield Collector’s Edition offers three days of early access, the Year One Pass, an Ubicollectibles high-end one-sixth scale articulated figurine of Brian Johnson, and all the physical items found in the Dark Zone Definitive Collector’s Edition.

Ubisoft also announced that all pre-orders of the game will include access to the Private Beta and the Capitol Defender Pack, which includes two exclusive in-game items: “The Lullaby,” an exotic SPAS-12 shotgun, and the Hazmat 2.0 outfit.

The Division 2 launches March 15th, 2019 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.

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Source: Ubisoft



About Matthew Bennett

view all posts

Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89