Division 2 Developers Announce Open Beta on Twitch Stream

A developer said that Division 2 is getting an Open beta very soon. He announced the same on official Twitch stream of Division 2. The developer company Ubisoft is yet to announced the Open Beta for the public, but one of the staff members of the developer team said that the game would soon get an Open Beta version. As this is not the official statement from the company, it is clear that the gamers will love to gain access to Tom Clancy’s Division 2’s open Beta.

Ubisoft is live streaming the gameplay on their official Twitch stream for almost 24/7 and showing people how the game development is going on, Q&A, Gameplay and many more. The developer team is playing the game on stream and answering the questions from their fans. As per the host, who is the game developer at Ubisoft mentioned that all of the bugs in this Private Beta would be sorted in the Open Beta. The first game followed a similar schedule of the Private beta in January, Open Beta in February and the official launch event in March.

As per the speculations from gamers, the Open Beta will start late this month or at the beginning of next month. As Ubisoft has released the open beta a few days before the actual launch of the game, this might happen too. The public beta of Division 2 will get updated missions, and extra content to play. But, everything will be unlocked when the game launches officially. The Private Beta has some spectacular missions, and they are huge compared to the first iteration of this game, so we are expecting the Open Beta to have more content than private beta. The Division 2 will release on March 15th, 2019 for the platforms like PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

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