The Division Beta Available For Free On Xbox One; Beta Size Revealed
The Division Beta is available for free for Xbox One players via the Xbox Store (Singapore), and the file size for the beta has been listed as well.
Xbox One owners are now able to enter the closed The Division beta for free via the Signaporean Xbox Store. The Beta is scheduled for a release this week, on January 28. Through the link, players can pre-load the beta in advance. The beta for the Xbox One weighs in at 25.82GB – a little bit smaller than its PC counterpart.
The pre-load or download the Beta for Xbox One, follow these steps:
- Go to Xbox.com and change you’re region to (Singapore)
- Then go to this LINK to SIGN IN into your Xbox account, and download the beta
- Turn on you’re Xbox One; it will either be in the download list or Ready to Install.
The Division takes place in New York 3 weeks after a lethal virus, released on Black Friday, swept through the city. One by one, basic services have failed. Society has collapsed into chaos. The President invokes Presidential Directive 51, and The Division, a top-secret unit of self-supporting tactical agents, is activated. Leading seemingly ordinary lives among us, Division agents are trained to operate independently of command in this type of emergency situation. When the lights go out, their mission begins.
“Our goal with Tom Clancy’s The Division is nothing short of completely changing the way people play online RPGs,” said Fredrik Rundqvist, executive producer, Ubisoft. “With the power of next-gen consoles behind it, The Division puts players in the middle of breathtaking, persistent multiplayer thriller in which they will explore, fight and work together as modern society collapses around you, all with the authenticity for which Tom Clancy games are renowned.”
The Division will release on March 8 for Xbox One, PS4, and PC. As said, the Xbox One beta will release on January 28, while PC and PS4 owners will be able to enjoy the beta a day later.
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