The Division 2 private beta start and end times

Learn when the private beta for The Division 2 starts and ends.

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If you’re looking to dive into the first private beta for The Division 2, then you won’t have long to wait. In fact, the private beta is available for those who preordered starting today. The good news? We’ve got all the information you need about the beta’s start and end times.

The Division 2 Beta Start and End Times

The private beta for The Division 2 kicked off early this morning at 1:00AM PT, this means players can dive right into the experience right now, by downloading the beta client through their Uplay account, or on their Xbox or PlayStation 4. The beta will run through the entire weekend, ending on February 11 at 1:00AM PT.

If you’re looking to give the beta a run, then you’ll need to have signed up on The Division 2 website, or preordered the game. If you preordered, you can redeem the code you should have received on the website as well, which should give you access to the game on the platform that you picked the game up on. The Division 2 private beta has a good bit of content for players to experience, including:

  • Two main story missions which are available in both Normal and Hard difficulty modes.
  • Five side missions and other activities for players to explore in the massive, open world.
  • Three new Dark Zones to explore and experience The Division 2’s PvPve gameplay through.
  • A new PVP mode, Skirmish.

On top of the content above, players will also gain access to a single Invade mission—some of the new endgame content being developed specifically for The Division 2—which will be available starting February 8 at 8AM PT.

Now that you’re ready to dive into the private beta for The Division 2, make sure you’re ready for whatever Washington D.C. throws at you by bookmarking our The Division 2 guides page, where we’ll provide constant updates and strategies to help you as you explore this new, danger-filled world.

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