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Tom Clancy's The Division 2 beta will kick off on February 7th

The launch of highly anticipated The Division 2 is coming to close. The game is set to be released on March 15th for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Prior to game’s release, Ubisoft will be hosting a private beta test which will include everyone who has the pre-ordered game.

According to Ubisoft, the private beta will be running from February 7th until February 11th and beta players will only get but a small portion of the game. Throughout the beta, two main missions will be available on two difficulty levels (Normal and Hard). Additionally, players will be able to complete 5 side missions and a few bonus objectives. PvP players will also have something to do during the beta. Ubisoft has promised to include one of the three Dark Zones from the final game and also allow players to access new PvP game mode called Conflict.

Furthermore, for those who don’t want to spoil themselves a story, there will be an option to skip the early missions and jump straight into special endgame content. Starting February 8th, players will be able to test a special ‘Invaded’ mission, which will set the player’s level cap to 30. This mission also features the all-new specialist classes.

The private beta can be pre-loaded straight into your gaming machine from February 6th. If you haven’t pre-ordered The Division 2, you can take your chances to qualify for the beta test by registering on the Ubisoft’s webpage.