The Division 2's private beta will run from 07 to 10 February 2019 and will include two main missions, Skirmish PvP, and Dark Zone access along with some endgame content. Ubisoft will also allow for pre-loads ahead of private beta testing.
Ubisoft have finally shared details on The Division 2's private beta which is set to take place from 07 to 10 February 2019 and it will include a couple of main missions, PvP modes and a small portion of the endgame content.
Players will be limited to one character and a small number of customisation presets to randomise their agents. The character cannot be deleted once created and the character progression will be capped at level seven.
There will be two main missions - Grand Washington Hotel and Jefferson Trade Center, with five additional open world side missions, control points and activities. Ubisoft said that the two main missions will offer "a smaller piece of a much larger, compelling narrative".
For those who love to combat other players, Dark Zone East, which is the largest of the three PvP zones will be available along with Skirmish mode. To access the Dark Zone and its features players will have to complete the Jefferson Trade Center mission.
The probably most anticipated content is The Division 2's endgame. That's why Ubisoft will offer a glimpse at one endgame mission which unlocks three level 30 characters on the player's account. Upon logging in with one of these characters, the end game mission will begin.
Each character will have its own specialisation so players can pick the one that suits their playstyle. The endgame mission will become available on 08 February 2019.
Ubisoft also confirmed the specific preload and start times for different time zones. In Europe, preload will start on 06 February at 10 am CET, while the beta launches 24 hours later. More exact dates and times are shown below.
If you're looking to play The Division 2 private beta, you can register on Ubisoft's website for a chance to get invited. Those who pre-order the game have guaranteed access, but we suggest that you either try the first method before pre-ordering or wait for the open beta phase which should be coming soon after the private one.