Ubisoft's latest open-world RPG 'Tom Clancy's The Division' is set to release in the coming months, with a beta test scheduled to kick off in little under a fortnight. As the release draws close, more details are beginning to emerge surrounding various pre-order choices.
Microsoft has announced that The Division will be receiving its own Xbox One console bundle in March that will launch simultaneously with the game. The bundle is now available for pre-order from the Microsoft Store for $399, but is expected to be obtainable from various resellers once the game hits store shelves. Alongside a 1TB Xbox One console, the bundle includes an Xbox One controller, a digital copy of The Division and an Xbox Live Gold 14-day trial.
Those in the United States who pre-order the console will be entitled to a redeemable code to access the upcoming beta test, which begins on January 28th on Xbox One. Despite this offer, the console won't ship until a later date, making the code somewhat useless without already owning an Xbox One console.
The Division releases for Xbox One on March 8th and is now available for pre-order from the Xbox Store for $59.99, or alongside an Xbox One console from the Microsoft Store.