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Ubisoft Dev Confirms that The Division 2 will have an Open Beta

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Ubisoft Dev Confirms that The Division 2 will have an Open Beta

Ubisoft Dev Confirms that The Division 2 will have an Open Beta

Di you miss out on The Division 2's Closed Beta last weekend? Fear not, because Ubisoft plans to have an Open Beta for the game before it releases on March 15th. This new version of The Division 2 will contain fixes for issues that were present within the Closed Beta, hopefully giving players a better picture of what the final game will look like. 

The game's open beta will act as a demo of sorts, allowing gamers on PC, Xbox One and PS4 to play the game before its official release date, likely showcasing the same content as last weekend's closed beta, acting as a "try before you buy" option for both newcomers and series veterans. 

Ubisoft's Open Beta was confirmed on a recent livestream with developers, with the confirmation being spotted by Reddit user TiniestBuckle. The game's Closed Beta features two main missions, five side missions, seven zones within Washington DC and a portion of end game content. 

Ubisoft Dev Confirms that The Division 2 will have an Open Beta  
Ubisoft's Open Beta will allow the company to fully stress test the game before launch, with the beta's open nature ensuring large player counts and high game loads. The Division 2's Open Beta will take place sometime within the next month. 

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11-02-2019, 15:45:04

TheF34RChannel
Have done both beta's so I might not do this done as it is just the same. However, against my initial thoughts I pre-ordered it since I found a good daily offer. I found myself interested and wanting to play more, both good signs and warrants a purchase.Quote

11-02-2019, 17:16:26

NeverBackDown
Didn't get to play much of this last closed one. Only played one mission. Was alright I guess. Not much different than 1 as far as I can tell. Hopefully the Open Beta I can get more time in and more friends to play with, maybe that'll open my mind a bit more.Quote

11-02-2019, 17:46:54

TheF34RChannel
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Didn't get to play much of this last closed one. Only played one mission. Was alright I guess. Not much different than 1 as far as I can tell. Hopefully the Open Beta I can get more time in and more friends to play with, maybe that'll open my mind a bit more.
I found it very different from one. In big and small ways. It's nowhere near perfect but certainly an improvement in most areas in my opinion.Quote

12-02-2019, 03:35:53

Warchild
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Originally Posted by TheF34RChannel View Post
Have done both beta's so I might not do this done as it is just the same. However, against my initial thoughts I pre-ordered it since I found a good daily offer. I found myself interested and wanting to play more, both good signs and warrants a purchase.
Same here. I didnt want to try the end game. To me it would ruin the experience. But I do like the build up of settlements to unlock things. It's a nice improvement.

I actually saw a decent FPS gain on SLI too. 40fps at times which really caught me off guard. Drawback is stability is terrible. Could almost guarantee it would crash within 30mins of gameplay.

Preordered it too which is something I never do.. but for someone who cant give up on Div1 I suppose its a worthy exception. My only gripe which I enjoyed from the first was the story. It had a cinematic concept (done before i know) but in the sequel it just drops you into the chaos. For someone not having played the first, they might be left confused. I know its private beta, but a little continuation would have been nice.

either way, it seemed from early beta to this one.. they have improved alot. I still hate with disgust, their awful backdrop design on the menu though. Its so distracting.

The sniper turret.. oh wow I loved itQuote

12-02-2019, 06:10:08

Korreborg
I'm not a 100% hooked after trying the end game characters.
But i'm gonna give the open beta another go, as i haven't had the time to try the closed beta that much. Went almost strait to the end game, and played the same mission a couple of times.Quote
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