Alongside all the surprising goodness dropping at the Xbox E3 press conference surrounding the previously announced Ubisoft sequel, The Division 2, the box art and the retail launch editions have also been revealed.
Three have been outed, and besides the regular edition it looks like there will be a gold edition and an ultimate edition. Both come with the base game and whatever constitutes the year 1 pass, with the ultimate edition also getting some as yet unnamed bonus content.
Pre-orders aren't live just yet, at least not in the U.S., but folks elsewhere, like the UK, can start to pre-order at Amazon already with the base game costing £49.99. For those who want to play as early as possible, the beta signups are now live, so be sure to get your name in the hat.
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