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The Division getting Season Pass,Gold and Collector's Editions

Ubisoft has high hopes for The Division, which is why it will begin offering a season pass for the upcoming third-person shooter as well as a Gold and Collector's Edition.

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Tom Clancy’s The Division will get the season pass treatment as well as Gold and Collector’s Editions.

The Division’s Gold Edition will come with a copy of the game, its season pass, and an exclusive National Guard gear set to be used within the game. The Collector’s Edition includes everything the Gold Edition offers, but a few more exclusive bells and whistles.

Here’s the additional content the Collector’s Edition includes:

  • The Agent Watch Replica: fully functional watch which glows like the in-game SHD watches
  • The Agent Armband, a convenient way to carry your most valuable equipment
  • A high quality artbook including concept arts that inspired the game
  • “Save What Remains” Poster
  • Exclusive Collector’s Box

The Gold Edition is available for pre-order from various retailers for $100, while the Collector’s Edition is only available for sale through Ubisoft’s store at $160. Pre-ordering either the Gold or Collector’s Edition will guarantee you access to The Division’s upcoming beta, which will occur across multiple platforms prior to its March 2016 release.

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    June 18, 2015 6:44 AM

    Daniel Perez posted a new article, The Division getting Season Pass,Gold and Collector's Editions

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      June 19, 2015 7:22 AM

      Somehow I've started to lose a bit interest in games when I hear about them getting season passes.. espesially multiplayers.. The reason is simple.. You pay full price for a new game to play with friends. A month down the line some dlc's ship out and people start porting over to new content. If you chose not to pay up a premium to join in on the new content you lose people to play with and are much left with a broken multiplayer experience. A few games aim to not break the playability for anyone (like Evolve). But most don't really take these problems into consideration when adding content, which is sad.

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