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Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 comes out as the sequel to The Division, which came out in 2016. One of the most awaited games of 2019, the excitement around the game continues to grow as we inch forward towards the release date!

Let us take a closer look at The Division 2 – how to download the game and how to get beta access for it.

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The Division 2 Beta: All That You Need to Know

The Division 2 beta allows the users to get the first look and feel of the game before the actual launch. The game held a closed beta version a few weeks ago. However, for those who were not able to get access on the closed beta, the game held an Open Beta earlier this month. Those playing the beta version of the game must know that progress from beta will not be carried forward into the main game.

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The Division 2 open beta took place between the 1st to the 4th of March. The open beta took place across all platforms the game will be coming out for. The second game in The Division franchise comes out for the PlayStation 4, XBOX One and PC platforms.  This open Beta for the game took place for the users in the UK, EU, US (West Coast) and US (East Coast).

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The Division 2 Release Date and Details

Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 is all set to release on the 15th of March. The game is going to release for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. For those wondering how to download the game, you can pre-order it. The first full-reveal of the game came during the E3 2018.

More details about the game have also come to light of late. Here are all the new details about this game:

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  • We know that the location of the game is being shifted to New York City in this part. In the previous game, the location was set in Washington DC.
  • Furthermore, there is also a change in the setting of the game. Gone are the winters of the first game, making way for the summer of The Division 2.

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