The Division 2's private beta is now live

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Question: What is the Division 2 beta install size?

The Division 2's private beta has just gone live, and Ubisoft wants players to be prepared for potential "known issues" that may occur.

Original Story - The Division 2's private beta is set to go live tomorrow, and with that Ubisoft will be showing off the sequel to the shared world shooter that everyone's been keen to play since its reveal past year. How to enter to have a chance to get one?

On PS4, the Division 2 beta install size is even larger, coming in at 50.5 GB. Other than this there's a whole section of the Dark Zone that you can play through, which will be the area you'll be spending most of your time since there aren't a lot of missions. So comment fast, and be prepared to share your Twitter or email so we can send the code.

The install size actually differs depending on the platform you are playing on, and it is generally as large as you'd expect the full game to be next month.

Though we usually see Premier League and global footballers promoting the latest video games, Ubisoft have chose to chuck a curveball into the mix, bringing in EFT League 2 stars as ambassadors for the launch of upcoming release, Tom Clancy's The Division 2. The Division 2 2.01 update (as Ubisoft calls it, bizarrely), is out on PC, Xbox One, and PS4 now and makes changes to a few issues that have been hanging around since launch. The good news? We've got all the information you need about the beta's start and end times.

Login using your Uplay account. "At character creation, you are able to cycle through presets of customization features to randomize your Agent".

This will presumably be fixed by the game's launch as well but in the meantime, you can get past this by starting the game first and then joining a group directly from inside the game.

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