The beta will run for four days, starting March 1.
Following its private beta that concluded this past weekend, Ubisoft announced that The Division 2’s open beta will happen at the beginning of March.
The open beta will be available for PC, PS4 and Xbox One players from March 1-4. This will give Ubisoft just under two weeks to make final tweaks to The Division 2 prior to its official release on March 15, 2019. For more information, you can visit the official Division 2 beta page.
The Division 2’s private beta ran from February 7-11, and was available to players who pre-ordered the game or registered for limited spaces. Soon after the private beta began, players reported numerous crashes. One on Xbox One and PC occurred if fans played for too long, while another on PlayStation 4 could lead to performance degradation if players went for 3+ hours of uninterrupted gameplay. Many issues with the private beta were fixed while it was underway, and others are likely to be solved by the beginning of March.
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