The open beta version of Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 by Ubisoft ran for four days from March 1 after the private beta came to an end. It turned out to be the last chance for the fans to play the epic action adventure for free.
The engaging video game was launched worldwide on March 15, 2019 and the video gamers got to enjoy a free outing with the game between March 1 and March 4 this year on all gaming platforms. The private beta required video gamers to pre-order but it was not the case with the open beta version of the video game. So, all and sundry were able to access the thriller which is set up in a plague affected Washington DC.
A sequel to the 2016’s Tom Clancy’s The Division, The Division 2 is a post-apocalyptic role playing shooter and begins after seven months from the end of the first part when a fatal virus was released in New York City. The second part of the video game brings the players into a ravaged Washington DC from New York City.In contrast to the first part of the video game which got improved over the period of time thanks to plenty of updates from the developers, Ubisoft promised to offer a lot even at the launch of the video game including tons of in-game content and campaigns from the outset.
Moreover, Massive Entertainment listened and learned for no less than two years from The Division enthusiasts which assisted them in determining the kinds of missions that could feed into the desire of video gamers.The video game junkies were able to pre-order the Gold edition of the Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 which provided them access to the private beta mode alongside other exclusive in-game items including three day early game access and the year 1 pass.