The Division 2 private beta Twitch viewer numbers couldn’t match original game

Alonzo Simpson
February 13, 2019

If Washington lost, the entire nation falls.

In case you weren't aware, Ubisoft hosted a private beta for The Division 2 over the weekend, which came to a close a couple of hours ago. The open beta was also mentioned during a live stream session at The Division's official Twitch channel. Plus, if you didn't get a chance this past weekend, it means everyone can sample the game before it launches in March.

Similarly, we can only make an educated guess, based on past events, as to what will be included in the forthcoming open beta.

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However, it seems that a much more widespread open beta is on the horizon. There is no open beta confirmed for The Division 2 but this could change as one of the devs has accidentally revealed it during a livestream.

Beginning on March 1st, everyone interested in The Division 2 will be able to try out the open beta when it releases on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. We are grateful for all the feedback, all the bug reports and all the suggestions that you gave us over the course of those days (and after!). 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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