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Tom Clancy's The Division open beta happening later this month

10 Feb 16

Ubisoft has announced that an open beta for Tom Clancy's The Division will be happening later this month on PS4, Xbox One and PC. 

A pre-load for the open beta starts on February 16th and Xbox One gamers have a chance to play it earlier than everyone else. For Xbox One gamers, they get access to the open beta on February 18th. 

In addition to the content that was featured in the Closed Beta, the Open Beta will include an all new story mission for players to explore in their pursuit to save the city. Furthermore, everyone who participates in this latest testing phase will receive a special in-game reward which will unlock for players when the full game is released.

Remember, an open beta is available to all gamers. All you need is an internet connect to download it digitally.The full game will be launching on March 8th, 2016.  

 

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