Ubisoft Offers Tips to Avoid 'The Division 2' Beta Crashes

Isaac Cain
February 10, 2019

During the Private Beta, we will be fully testing Tom Clancy's The Division 2 together with you and we can not wait to hear what you think about it.

The other known crash is arguably even easier to avoid: "on all platforms, if you are outside the game and receive a game invite from a friend within the game, your client will crash at launch". Geographical restrictions will apply to all of your selected friends.

The announcement was made via Ubisoft on the official Division 2 website.

The Division 2's private beta launched this morning (7 February) at 9am, and runs through until 9am on 11 February. "They will have 48 hours to accept your invitation". As previously detailed, the beta will give us a look at a variety of early game activities and missions as well as a glimpse at some of the endgame content.

If you fancy getting some hands-on time with Ubisoft's latest shoot 'em up set in Washington D.C., with teams of players battling to reinstate government authority, ahead of its launch on 15 March, now is your chance.

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Ubisoft has issued a warning about problems in this weekend's The Division 2 beta, although they already have workarounds. Unlike previous Betas like those for Jump Force and Fallout 76, the servers won't go down, so you can plan your playtime as you'd like instead of planning your sessions around the server times.

Have you been lucky enough to grab a code?

If you want to sign-up for beta access, things get a little bit more convoluted - your first step will be to head to the sign-up section on the site and select which platform you'd like to the beta on - PlayStation 4, Xbox One or PC.

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