The Division 2 'Private Beta' launches on Xbox One

Donna Miller
February 10, 2019

The second known issue, which can occur on all platforms, is caused by accepting a Private Beta game invite when you're outside the client.

"We are aware of an issue where your game client will crash after an extended gameplay session", reads the blog post.

Commenting on the new signings, Adam Merrett, Senior PR Manager at Ubisoft, said: "We're thrilled to have signed up the very best players in their own division as ambassadors for the release of Tom Clancy's The Division 2. To work around this problem, make sure to start the game first and join group directly from inside the game".

Access to this weekend's Private Beta is automatically granted to anyone who pre-orders The Division 2 from a participating retailer. Your level cap is 30 with new specialisations - sharpshooter, demolition and survivalist - being added on 8 February at 4pm, so you've got time to try out the vanilla options before then.

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It would appear The Division 2 beta is off to a bit of an odd start.

This beta phase is not under an NDA, so we encourage everyone to capture and share their experiences with the community. Each will be encouraging teammates to login during the Private Beta period, which begins is now running until Monday (February 11th).

Thanks to Ubisoft, MP1st is giving out The Division 2 private beta codes, and yes, this is for any platform! Along with your access rights, you will be able to invite up to 3 Uplay friends to the Beta. Only one Dark Zone area will be available in the Beta, there will be three in total in the final game.

Additionally, one slice of endgame content is included in the beta: an Invaded mission will unlock on February 9 at 8pm AEST.

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