The Division 2 Open Beta Trailer, Starts on March 1st

Ubisoft and Massive have published a brand new The Division 2 trailer in a dedication of the Open Beta event. Every new and returning agent will have another chance to sweep the streets of Washington DC.

According to Ubisoft, The Division 2 Open Beta sign up has been the most successful event over the course of a lifetime. Over millions have managed to seek an entrance, and their anticipation will surely be concluded very soon. March 1st is the day when the Division 2 Open Beta starts, giving lots of players a chance to finally get a portion of the game.

You can watch the open beta trailer below:

Ubisoft has successfully managed to promote its video game. Despite its failures found throughout the original game, this title may be the right choice for all gamers. Why so? Without further ado, make sure you take a peek at our previous article on why The Division 2 is a safe game to pre-order.

Simply said, a fail may result with a sequel termination. It is not something that dissolves easily especially with a story continuation given through a sequel. Before approaching this each developer should be extremely cautious. There are literally many things that could happen.

Therefore, having a healthy Open Beta is more than important. These events usually bring or lose sales, depending on the factor of how successful the event is.

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