Ubisoft Recommends Restarting Division 2 Beta Every Few Hours

Joanna Estrada
February 9, 2019

Are you looking forward to trying The Division 2's private beta?

At the time of writing, pre-load is available on all platforms, so if you have access to the demo and want to get in on the action, the best thing you can do is get the client for the beta downloaded as soon as possible (more information on that below).

If you're a fan of the original Division and want a code for the private beta, there are two ways to go about it.

Now that you're formally invited to the private beta, here's how to get your friends involved. On PC, it should be part of your Games library. Find the friend in your friends list and select the invite option to send them a private beta invite. You'll then have the chance to invite up to three friends. Select your platform of choice and sign in with Uplay credentials to request a key.

The private beta test for The Division 2 gets started today, allowing a selection of players to go hands on with Ubisoft's looter shooter sequel ahead of launch. "To work around this problem, make sure to start the game first and join group directly from inside the game". That can be redeemed on the same website.

The White House-also serving as your Base of Operations in D.C. To avoid this, the studio recommends restarting the game every two to three hours. You'll also be able to engage in co-op missions in Ubisoft's vision of open-world Washington DC. You can read about that here.

In addition to this content, beginning February 8 at 8am PT, The Division 2 fans will have the opportunity to have a first hands-on with endgame content with one Invaded mission. The Private Beta begins February 7 at 4 a.m. EST. Will you be getting up early in the morning to play? So comment fast, and be prepared to share your Twitter or email so we can send the code.

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