Ubisoft brings some good news for the fans of Tom Clancy’s The Division playing its closed multiplayer beta, and especially for the unprivileged ones who could not enjoy it. The publisher has announced the extended schedule for the closed beta increasing its duration by 24 hours.
This beta trial was previously planned to end at 3 AM PST on Monday, February 1, but with a long list of players who did not get access to The Division’s closed beta even after pre-ordering it, Ubisoft had to extend the duration. So now, everyone will get to continue to play until 3 AM PST on Tuesday, February 2.
Ubisoft shared that this extension is being executed to “allow everyone who has access to fully enjoy the beta.”
This is surely to put a smile on the face of The Division fans who are on the waitlist specifically. To hearten their players, Ubisoft also said that more waitlisted players are being invited into the beta zone. You just need to check your email.
The Division’s closed multiplayer beta embarked on, on January 28 for Xbox One coming live to PS4 and PC a day later.
In the news, a performance analysis of The Division beta comparing its PS4 and Xbox One versions is also out.
The Division release date is due on March 8, 2016 after handling a couple of delays. An Xbox One bundle featuring a 1 TB system and a copy of the game will also be made available at the time of launch.