While the closed beta of The Division is about to be completed, we learn that Ubisoft would have planned to deploy an open beta before the game’s launch in March. Explanations are given below.
In development within the studio of Massive Entertainment, Tom Clancy’s The Division intrigued players since its initial announcement there almost three years ago. This third person shooter operating in an open world and multiplayer oriented gameplay has very good arguments to ensure both a good immersion and lasts more than reasonable.
While a few lucky got chance to play the game – including those who have preordered the game – the closed beta will end at noon on PC and consoles, with an indication that an open beta is considered this time to all players who would be in anticipation.
Indeed, the Italian branch of Microsoft has posted a screenshot above on its Facebook page, before removing it. This image, derived from the interface of the Xbox One, states that an open beta of The Division would be deployed between 16 and 21 February 2016.
This trial version is not restricted to the Microsoft console, since it is stated that there will be only 24 hours of exclusive access to the Xbox One. Now it only remains to wait for confirmation of the publisher about it.
Recall that Tom Clancy’s The Division will be marketed on 8 March 2016 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.