The Division DLC Pass, Collector's Edition Announced at E3 2015

The season pass comes with a full year of "major expansions."

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[UPDATE] Ubisoft's own Uplay store has posted a product page for the $160 collector's edition. Check out an image of the premium bundle below.

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The Division, like so many other AAA games today, is getting a DLC pass. Ubisoft made the announcement on Friday as part of its E3 briefing in Los Angeles. The existence of the DLC pass comes as part of the announcement of two premium versions of The Division.

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The Gold Edition comes with the game, an "exclusive" National Guard Gear Set, and the Season Pass, which comes with a "full year of major expansions and exclusive benefits."

The Division's Collector's Edition, meanwhile, contains everything from the Gold edition, as well as "an array of exclusive memorabilia including the Agent Watch Replica."

Ubisoft also announced today that all preorders for The Division will come with guaranteed access to the game's beta, which begins first on Xbox One in December. What's more, people who preorder will receive the Hazmat Gear Set for their character. More information about The Division's beta is available here.

The Division launches in March 2016.

For more on all of Ubisoft's E3 announcements, check out our roundup.

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