Published: Sun, February 10, 2019
Technology | By Lionel Gonzales

The Division 2 Private Beta Kicks Off Tomorrow

The Division 2 Private Beta Kicks Off Tomorrow

The Division 2's private beta launched this morning (7 February) at 9am, and runs through until 9am on 11 February.

Firstly, the development team is aware that some players are bound to encounter a problem where the game shuts down after "an extended play session".

Though we usually see Premier League and global footballers promoting the latest video games, Ubisoft have chose to chuck a curveball into the mix, bringing in EFT League 2 stars as ambassadors for the launch of upcoming release, Tom Clancy's The Division 2.

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Secondly, you need to go to Ubisoft's official private beta website to select up to three friends to invite. According to Ubisoft, the best way to avoid this is to "start the game first and join group directly from inside the game". Hopefully, you will get a code and experience it yourselves. Your level cap is 30 with new specialisations - sharpshooter, demolition and survivalist - being added on 8 February at 4pm, so you've got time to try out the vanilla options before then. For this reason the developers have shared a temporary "fix" to some of the Division 2 beta's most significant issues. Along with your access rights, you will be able to invite up to 3 Uplay friends to the Beta. Also available are two PvP modes, the Dark Zone and Skirmish.

Of course, this is not the finished article so players should fully expect to encounter some bugs, and Ubisoft has picked up on a couple already. And again, Ubisoft says these and other issues will be fixed ahead of The Division 2's release on March 15. Sign with your gaming consoles like PS4, Xbox One, and PC and enjoy the demo access by pre-ordering for the gameplay.

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