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Ubisoft Warns of Division 2 Beta Crashes for 'Extended' Sessions

Ubisoft Warns of Division 2 Beta Crashes for 'Extended' Sessions

The Division 2 doesn't support cross-platform play. Want to give it a go before it's released this March 15?

How much of the game will be in the The Division 2 Private Beta? Tom Clancy's The Division 2 releases worldwide on March 15th, 2019 on Xbox One, PS4 and Windows PC. How to enter to have a chance to get one?

During the Private Beta, we will be fully testing Tom Clancy's The Division 2 together with you and we can not wait to hear what you think about it. You will acquire the DZ East introduction mission from Senait Ezera-the new Dark Zone NPC in the Base of Operations-after completing Jefferson Trade Center.

Are you looking forward to trying The Division 2's private beta? So comment fast, and be prepared to share your Twitter or email so we can send the code.

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The private beta for The Division 2 kicked off early this morning at 1:00AM PT, this means players can dive right into the experience right now, by downloading the beta client through their Uplay account, or on their Xbox or PlayStation 4. Sorry if you're one of the people who missed out. According to Ubisoft, the best way to avoid this is to "start the game first and join group directly from inside the game".

Are you checking out the beta?

Success! Your platform key (for PS4/X1) will be sent on February 6. Each will be encouraging teammates to login during the Private Beta period, which begins is now running until Monday (February 11th).

Stay tuned to MP1st's hands-on impressions of The Division 2 private beta hitting the site soon.