While the closed beta for Tom Clancy's The Division 2 has just ended, it looks like there's a public beta on the way. While talking about various bugs and issues that players were experiencing, one of the stream's hosts casually let slip that these issues would be cleaned up "for the open beta", seemingly confirming its existence.
Tom Clancy's The Division 2 is powered by the Snowdrop Engine and is described as the next evolution in the open-world online shooter RPG genre that the first game helped establish. Plus, if you didn't get a chance this past weekend, it means everyone can sample the game before it launches in March.
Players can earn the Capitol Hill Arm Patch for completing the Invaded mission in the previous, pre-order exclusive Private beta, or the upcoming and unannounced Open Beta, the tweet said.
Activision Blizzard Reports Sales Miss and Weak Outlook
The company's average trading volume now stands at 11.69M shares, which means that the short-interest ratio is just 5.79 days. Outperform is an analyst recommendation which means that a stock is expected to do slightly better than the market return.
Nicki Minaj pulls out of BET concert over offensive tweet
The tweet has since disappeared from BET's timeline but, it's too little too late for Queen Barbie and her Barbie Army. The statement continued, "We deeply apologize for the hurt, disappointment and confusion that this post has caused.
The "Cool" Parenting Technique Anne Hathaway Has Borrowed From Kate Middleton
They were greeted at the entrance by the Royal Albert Hall's chief executive Craig Hassall before making their way to their seats. Kate Middleton made a stylish hairstyle and ideal makeup.
Beginning on March 1st, everyone interested in The Division 2 will be able to try out the open beta when it releases on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. However, now that the private beta has come and gone, we should be hearing more about an open beta soon.
On a personal level, I'm excited to see more of what The Division 2 has to offer when it releases.