The Division 2 fans have an awesome new reason to look forward to the game's release, with the announcement of a new bundle releasing alongside the game on March 15.
The bundle comes alongside the announcement that BioWare and Electronic Arts' Anthem will be getting a similar product. If you're looking to add a new console to your current reservoir of gaming goodness and are planning on picking up one of these games anyway, it might be a good idea to invest in a system to go with it. Everyone loves shiny new consoles, too.
You can get the bundle in two different flavors: Xbox One S and Xbox One X. The Xbox One S bundle will retail for $299, which is the same price as Microsoft's alternative Xbox One S starter bundle.
Meanwhile, the Xbox One X bundle will come with a 1 1TB hard drive and a copy of The Division 2, but this bundle will retail for $499. It will offer HDR and 4K resolution, however, so you're paying for the extra points in visual fidelity. There's also a month of Xbox Live Gold available for both bundles, just in case you haven't ponied up to try out the service. You'll need it to jump into The Division 2, after all.
When you've made your decision on which one you want to pick up, be sure to check out our abundance of great The Division 2 content, whether you check out some awesome new gameplay footage or one of the interviews we were privy to with the team.
Tom Clancy's The Division 2 releases March 15, 2019, on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Stay tuned to Shacknews for additional updates, including gameplay, interview, guides, and other The Division-centric content as we near ever-closer to its official release. Not long yet, now!