The Division 2 Private Beta has been something fans have been waiting a long time for, plus with the start of February starting off slow, other than the release of Apex Legends, gamers have been wanting a new fix.
The Division 2 Private Beta preps the game to give it a final test before the game releases next month on March 15 for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. As a huge fan of the original I’m really looking forward to playing the game, hopefully they improved the endgame this time around because honestly that was the biggest thing letting the game down.
How to get into The Division 2 Private Beta
There’s currently two ways to get into The Division 2 Private Beta, the easiest one which guarantees you a code is by pre-ordering a game. So when you put your money down and pre-order the game, any edition will do, you’ll get access to the Beta.
Alternatively you can put your luck to test and put your name forward on the game’s website. To sign up there just sign in using your UPlay account, which you should make if you haven’t as there will be all kinds of bonuses through it when the game releases. Do note signing up does not get you a code, but you might get one, its better than nothing right?
The Division 2 Private Beta Duration
The Division 2 Private Beta will last four days, giving players ample time to test out the game. Unlike previous Betas like those for Jump Force and Fallout 76, the servers won’t go down, so you can plan your playtime as you’d like instead of planning your sessions around the server times.
The Division 2 Private Beta Dates and Timing
The Division 2 Private Beta starts on February 7 4AM Easter Standard Time i.e at the time of writing the servers for the game are up so you can start playing right now. As mentioned earlier the Beta will last for four days and end on February 11 4AM giving players a full 96 hours of possible playtime.
How much of the game will be in the The Division 2 Private Beta?
Ubisoft noted that the The Division 2 Private Beta will feature select content from the start of the game. Don’t expect the things you play in the Beta to be the same as in the final game, as they might move around things.
There will be a total of two story missions in Normal and Hard difficulty, as well as five Side Missions. Other than this there’s a whole section of the Dark Zone that you can play through, which will be the area you’ll be spending most of your time since there aren’t a lot of missions. Only one Dark Zone area will be available in the Beta, there will be three in total in the final game.
You’ll also be able to play Skirmish PVP 4v4 by squading up with your friends or other random players. In addition to all this there’s also other minor actives to enjoy in the city of Washington D.C accessible in the Beta.
Finally there will be a huge End-Game Content showcase mission called Invaded Mission that will start tomorrow on February 8 11AM Easter Standard Time.
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The Division 2 releases on March 15 for PS4, Xbox One and PC.