Ubisoft has announced that from 7 to 10 February it will be possible to participate in a beta of The Division 2, making happy the many players that hoped to get their hands on the title.
Unfortunately, not all that glitters is gold: it is a private beta. In this guide, we explain to you how to try to take part in The Division 2 Private Beta.
How To Get Access To The Division 2 Private Beta
The easiest way is to try and get listed through the official website.
Unfortunately, Ubisoft has not made any statements about the number of people that will be admitted through this, so it could be the least safe way to assuring your place.
If you want to guarantee yourself access to the private beta, the only safe method is pre-ordering the game and redeem the code that you will receive. This will let you choose between the platform in which the game will be available (PC, Xbox One and PS4).
The Division 2: Difference Between Versions
If you are planning to pre-order the game, you may want to know the differences between the various versions.
You can choose between:
- Standard Edition – Just the base game
- Gold Edition (digital) – The base game, 3-day early game access, the year one pass
- Gold Edition – The base game, 3-day early game access, the year one pass and a steelbook
- Ultimate Edition (digital) – The base game, 3-day early game access, the year 1 pass, the elite agent pack, the battle-worn secret service pack and the first responder pack (but not the steelbook).
Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 is scheduled to launch on March 15, 2019.