Published: Wed, February 13, 2019
Industry | By Dora Warner

The Division 2 Open Beta Confirmed Via Twitch Livestream

The Division 2 Open Beta Confirmed Via Twitch Livestream

Ubisoft hasn't officially commented on it yet, but one of the developers (seemingly unintentionally) let it slip that an open beta for The Division 2 is indeed coming. Plus, if you didn't get a chance this past weekend, it means everyone can sample the game before it launches in March.

Set seven months on from the first game's NY outbreak, The Division 2 transports you to a "fractured and collapsing" Washington D.C., as humanity faces its biggest crisis in history.

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The Division 2 private beta did not have the best weekend on Twitch, as far as viewer numbers are concerned.

Developed by Swedish studio Massive Entertainment and published by parent company Ubisoft, The Division 2 releases in just over a months' time on the 15th March 2019 on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. However, now that the private beta has come and gone, we should be hearing more about an open beta soon. Building upon more than two years of listening to and learnings from The Division community, Tom Clancy's The Division 2 will offer a substantial campaign that organically flows into a robust endgame, to create a cohesive and meaningful experience for all types of players.

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The recent closed beta weekend gave players a look at the "levelling" part of the game, and what it'll be doing to extend its appeal past the end of its main story - introducing a new high-tech villain faction, Black Tusk.

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