Tom Clancy’s The Division beta has been extended according to the publishers website. Ubisoft, who is the developer and producer of the upcoming action shooter, has announced that the current beta will be extended for an additional 24 hours, and it will end at 11 AM tomorrow, 2 February.
In order to allow everyone who has access to fully enjoy the Beta, we’re happy to announce we’re extending the duration by 24 hours for all players. As a result, servers will remain open until Tuesday, February 2, 12PM CET | 6AM EST | 3AM PST. – Ubisoft Blog Post
The Division is a new open world hybrid shooter game that is set in a post-apocalyptic future. You as the player will take control of a member of “The Division (roll credits)” who are a secret group of agents that are sent out in times of crisis. The beta for the game is currently going on for the PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Players who have beta access, are able to play through one of the missions that will be included in the final release of the game. You will also get a feel for the games PvP in the “Dark Zone” which is a part of New York which is an open map where you and other player get to explore.
Ubisoft has released a new round of beta keys, due to the games large demand and a bigger problem arose when Ubisoft wasn’t able to give a key to all the players that ordered their game. This lead to them sending out more keys on January 30th so that way players who missed the beta could still have a chance to get in. If you have yet to play the beta and are signed up check your email now just in case you weren’t sent a key.