The Division 2’s new trailer showcases the end-game, technical test begins

Division 2 is preparing for its Open Beta event before the official release date comes. March 1st is the day of the Open Beta, and we’re looking forward to seeing how many people will participate in the event. Moreover, the game has received an end-game trailer.

Those who were playing the private beta had the chance to experience the end-game by playing with some of the alternate characters. They were fully boosted allowing players to dwell into the fun and experience different specializations.

Before we continue talking, you can watch the end-game trailer below:

The end game in The Division 2 should be something similar to World of Warcraft in terms of looting and gearing your character. Doing the hardest content in the game should feel more rewarding than anything else. Therefore, unlike in the original video game, this time will include Raids. They will be available for the first time in The Division 2’s history and it is more than exciting to anticipate some of them.

Only 25 days separate us from the official release. Luckily, Ubisoft is not just preparing for the Open Beta. They have launched a technical test which allows them to analyze data segments before the game goes live. The technical test is ongoing and it is estimated to also support the launch of the Open Beta, in which millions of players already signed up.

The technical test is only available on the PC Platform.

Those who do not know, The Division 2 is slated to release on March 15.

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