The Division 2 open beta takes place in March

Donna Miller
February 13, 2019

While the closed beta for Tom Clancy's The Division 2 has just ended, it looks like there's a public beta on the way.

The Division received an open beta, so it's not entirely out of the question the sequel would follow suit. He said that the developer will be fixing some of the bugs for the open beta, which Ubisoft is yet to officially announce.

The Division 2's private beta kicked off last Thursday and ran all weekend for players that pre-ordered the game or were lucky enough to nab a spot by signing up on the official site. As with most beta tests, it suffered from a few bugs, but developer Massive Entertainment did its best to push out updates to improve the experience for players. However, the real highlight had to be The Division 2's endgame with three all-new specializations and a high-level mission.

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Now, The Division 2 having an open beta shouldn't come as a surprise.

Similarly, we can only make an educated guess, based on past events, as to what will be included in the forthcoming open beta. The open beta will end on March 4th and even though Ubisoft has not stated anything additional yet, we are pretty sure that its build will be identical to the one used for the Private Beta.

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