The Division 2 And Anthem Xbox One Bundles Revealed

Even more bundles are on the way.

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Microsoft has announced two more Xbox One bundles that join the already-massive array of hardware bundles that the company offers. As part of the Inside Xbox broadcast today, Microsoft announced that Anthem and The Division 2 are getting Xbox One bundles.

The Anthem Xbox One S bundle comes 1 TB white system, matching white controller, and a copy of Anthem's Legion of Dawn Edition. This includes armor packs, a weapon, and other bonuses. Also included in the package are one-month trials for EA Access, Xbox Game Pass, and Xbox Live Gold. The bundle arrives at retailers alongside Anthem on February 22; it's priced at $300 USD.

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As for The Division 2, it's getting bundles for Xbox One X and Xbox One. The $500 USD Xbox One X edition comes with a 1 TB black console and a matching controller, as well as a copy of the game's standard edition. It also comes with a one-month trial for Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold. The $300 USD Xbox One edition comes with a 1 TB white system and a matching white controller, as well as a copy of the game's standard edition. It also includes one-month trials for Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold. Both go on sale March 16 alongside the game.

These new Xbox One bundles for Anthem and The Division 2 join the existing lineup of Xbox One hardware bundles featuring games like Battlefield V, NBA 2K19, Forza Horizon 4, Fallout 76, PUBG, and others.

Some of Microsoft's other Inside Xbox announcements this week included the re-branding of Microsoft Game Studios as Xbox Game Studios, a new Xbox One controller colour, and a free event for Sea of Thieves, among other things.

You might have the chance to try The Division 2 starting today, February 7, as the game's private beta begins. This is open to those who have pre-ordered the game, though you can also sign up in the hopes of receiving a code for free.

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