The Division 2’s first major expansion, Warlords of New York, launches next week, kicking off Year 2 of Ubisoft’s popular loot-shooter. While you wait, you might want to take a look at this awesome deal on the Dark Zone Definitive Collector’s Edition. Microsoft’s selling the once-seriously-expensive Dark Zone Edition for just $10 on Ebay. The Dark Zone Edition includes a collectible statue and a number of other sweet goodies, but it doesn’t include the game itself. That’s not really an issue considering how cheap The Division 2 is going for right now. The Dark Zone Edition originally sold for $190, so this is an excellent deal.
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Despite not coming with the game, the Dark Zone Edition is still in new condition. If you don’t already own the base game, it’s on sale for just $3 right now on all platforms at the PlayStation Store, Xbox Store, and Ubisoft Store (PC).
In addition to the Division agent statue, the Dark Zone Edition comes with a book of lithographs, the game soundtrack on CD, a map of Washington D.C., and a collectible steelbook case.
Warlords of New York will take The Division 2 back to New York City, the setting of the first game, on March 3. It will feature a brand-new campaign set in previously unexplored Lower Manhattan, side-quests, and numerous tweaks, including raising the level cap to 40. Until March 2, you can play the base game for free on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. If you’re a returning player, make sure to check out our Warlords of New York pre-order guide for all of the details you need to know about the various editions and bonuses.
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