Play The Division 2 for Free During the Open Beta this Weekend

Posted by | February 25, 2019 | News, PC, PlayStation 4, Video, Xbox One | No Comments

Ubisoft is hosting an open beta for upcoming sequel Tom Clancy’s The Division 2. The beta will be open for everyone on PC (Epic Games Store), PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, and take place March 1 – 4. Ubisoft also released a new beta trailer, above.

The beta will be limited in scope while attempting to show off difference slices of game content. You’ll be able to play through three main story missions and five side missions. The eastern part of the open world area of Washington D.C. will be open to explore as well. An endgame mission will also be playable along with three new specializations. Finally a 4v4 Skirmish PvP mode will be available in the newly revamped Dark Zone.

By playing in the open beta you can earn rewards that will carry over to the full game. Just for playing you can revive the DC Patriot Weapon Skin and Captol Hill Backpack Trophy. Complete the Invaded Mission to receive the Capitol Hill Arm Patch. Complete the PvP Dark Zone mission to earn the Supply Crate Backpack trophy.

Pre-loading for the beta begins as early as Thursday, Feb. 28 at 1 am Pacific/4 am Eastern. Beta servers will officially open Friday, March 1 at 1 am Pacific/4 am Eastern, and close early Tuesday morning, March 5, at 1 am Pacific/4 am Eastern.

The Division 2 release on March 15. Pre-ordering grants the Capitol Defender Pack, which includes an exotic SPAS-12 Shotgun and Hazmat 2.0 outfit. The Division is rated M for Mature for Blood, Drug Reference, Intense Violence, and Strong Language.

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