Xbox One exclusivity period for The Division DLC to last 30 days
Feb 18 2016 by Kate Woods
The news was posted through a GameStop listing back in January. Whether you're a veteran of the closed beta or this is your first time stepping into an Agent's shoes, you'll be able to jump into the open beta from February 19-21 on PS4, PC and Xbox One.
The Division is set to release on March 8, 2016 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. PC and PS4 owners can expect their open testing period to kick off on February 19th.
Fans of the game who were not able to qualify for the closed beta can now preload the beta as early as February 16. During that session, only those with a code could get in.
Publisher and developer Ubisoft releases a brand new trailer for its military shooter The Division, detailing the video game's forthcoming open beta test. These are early reports so it is best you try the game out yourself to see well or poorly it performs. That could be a problem for some. An Xbox Live subscription costs $60 per year.
Ubisoft is keeping the third expansion close to their chest and gives us only a name - 'Last Stand'.
NVIDIA announces new bundle with Tom Clancy The Division - 02/17/2016 02:59 PMMentioned a few days ago already, now confirmed. The first takes players under New York City, while the second appears to bring a survival mode to the game. They merely have to download a 1.6GB patch. The company hasn't revealed a version of the game for Mac OS.
The Division looks promising.
If you've been paying attention, it's no secret that Microsoft and Ubisoft have teamed up to promote The Division. Discover a persistent, online, open-world NY where exploration, combat, and RPG player-progression are essential. The big highlight was the multiplayer Dark Zone, where players can seamlessly interact with other players with a slight catch. Secure a base of operations and reclaim New York City.