Reminder, Tom Clancy’s The Division open beta kicked off yesterday and will end tomorrow. The open beta is available for everyone on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. This beta is a bit different from the closed one that ran last month; it includes a new story mission and gameplay improvements/fixes.
If you are a PlayStation 4 gamer and do not subscribe to PS Plus for multiplayer access, don’t fret. The platform has free multiplayer access for all gamers and all games this weekend, in honor of Street Fighter V’s launch this past Tuesday.
The download is pretty sizable, coming in at about 25 GB on both consoles. So if you have internet issues and/or slow downloading speeds, you may want to go ahead and download it before day’s end.
Quick tip for PS4 players who plan on downloading the open beta: The search on PSN for The Division may or may not take you to the beta download screen. What will instead need to be done is a manual search for “beta,” which should have the game’s beta link pop up in the menu.
The full game launches March 8 on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Ubisoft has announced that The Division will be receiving post-launch DLC and Xbox One will have access to the content 30 days ahead of other platforms.
Good luck and have a happy gaming weekend!