The Division Closed Beta Extended for Extra 24 Hours
One more day.
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It was previously scheduled to end at 3 AM PST on Monday, February 1, but now everyone will get to continue to play until 3 AM PST on Tuesday, February 2.
Ubisoft said this extension is being implemented to "allow everyone who has access to fully enjoy the beta." This is no doubt good news for people on the waitlist specifically. With regards to those players, Ubisoft also said today that it's now inviting more waitlisted players into the beta. Check your email!
The Division's closed multiplayer beta began on January 28 for Xbox One and was extended to PS4 and PC a day later. In other news, a performance analysis has compared the PS4 and Xbox One versions of The Division's beta, while you can also check out GameSpot's tips for how to improve your play.
After multiple delays, The Division's full release is scheduled for March 8. An Xbox One bundle featuring a 1 TB system and a copy of the game will be available at launch.
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