The Division 2 Private Beta: Launch Times And Content Map Released
Ever since the initial announcement of Tom Clancy’s The Division 2, a huge chunk of the gaming community has been eagerly waiting for the release of the second installment in Ubisoft’s upcoming post-apocalyptic, online action role-playing franchise. Plus, apart from a few gameplay trailers and teasers, the public didn’t really get a hands-on experience of The Division 2’s gameplay. Hence, the anticipation grew even further. Well, that is all set to change next week as the developers are set to release the very first private beta of the game on February 7.
The Division 2 Private Beta
According to Ubisoft, Tom Clancy’s The Division 2’s very first Private Beta is set to go live on February 7 for the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The beta will finally come to a close on February 11 which means those of you who have access to the beta will be able to play the game throughout the weekend. For those of you who are interested in the playing the beta, we have previously published an article where we talked about how you can get access to The Division 2 Private Beta.
With the Private Beta just a week away, the developers have released additional information regardings its very first beta access today. This includes everything from what the beta will feature in its very first run and from what we can see, players will have a lot to do during the weekend as Ubisoft is making quite a ton of its features and missions available to the beta players. Here is an overview of you can expect in the upcoming The Division 2 Private Beta:
The Division 2 Private Beta is set to go live on February 7, however, those who have access to the beta will be able to preload the game a day before, on February 6. The exact timings of the beta access vary from place to place, so to help out its community, Ubisoft has released a map, consisting of all of the different regions and their relative launch times. Check out the map below for more information:
To learn more about the upcoming beta, head on over to the official post for more information. That is it for now but be sure to check back later as we are going to be bringing you more information regarding Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 in the days to come. Until then, comment below and let us know what you think of the game and its upcoming Private Beta. Do you think this game will live up to the reputation of its predecessor or will it be different?