Ubisoft sent out a trailer to hype up the open beta for Tom Clancy’s The Division 2, which is set to take place on the PC, PS4, and Xbox One between March 1st and March 4th, just ahead of the game’s March 15th release date.
The open beta is exactly what it says it is: a free beta test for anyone willing to join in on the action between March 1st and March 4th.
The trailer is just under a minute long, but it’s main focus is on reminding gamers that before March 15th arrives they can play-test The Division 2. You can check out the trailer below.
As the trailer notes, the beta will allow you to play either solo or in a team across three main missions from the full game.
In addition to the campaign missions there will also be the inclusion of the PvP, and a small taste of the endgame content, which is kind of weird but an interesting decision to help get gamers talking about the upcoming third-person shooter.
They actually released a separate trailer specifically focused on the endgame content and how it ties into the rest of the game, which you can check out below.
The trailer covers how there are now raids to go on, PvP, and strongholds.
This is Ubisoft’s attempt to reconcile the many complaints they received all throughout the release of the first Division, which was criticized for having a lame endgame loop and not enough engaging content once you beat the main campaign.
The company is now trying to remedy that with more post-credit content, which they will be allowing gamers to experience during the beta, which seems kind of odd but Ubisoft is French, so whatever.
You can look to download the beta client starting March 1st later this week, and play it throughout the weekend through March 4th. Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 is due to drop on March 15th, for the Xbox One, PS4, and PC. For more information on the open beta feel free to visit the official website.