That is about all we know right now about the franchises next closed beta, The Division. According to Ubisoft, those who take part in its upcoming closed beta will get to try out various PvP modes of The Division franchise. Ubisofts free-to-play Division rebirth mobile shooter The Division is starting its closed beta-style open testing for selected participants on Android tomorrow, Dec. 8 and a new trailer has been released to accompany the announcement.
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A new trailer was shared from The Division Resurgence recently, detailing the games backstory, as well as sharing some gameplay footage of Ubisofts forthcoming mobile shooter. Live testing of the game is scheduled to take place on Dec. 8, but during a recent presentation, James Berry, Community Developer on The Division Resurgence, revealed several features from the game, including its Peek-and-Fire battle system. In yet another live test, players will get to participate in all the activities in New Yorks open world, and also in its story.
“Our team has worked extensively on adapting the gameplay from Tom Clancys The Division to mobile devices, to make sure players can enjoy playing in a similar fashion as they did with the previous titles. Aside from the platforms accessibility, the primary difference between Tom Clancys The Division Resurgence and the franchises core franchise is that this mobile spinoff will be a free-to-play experience.” Ubisoft has previously promised Tom Clancys The Division Resurgence would feature new factions, equipment, and enemies, while also returning a number of very popular features from the original game, including The Divisions death-defying PvP environments, Dark Zone.
Players will experience a fresh, standalone storyline, taking place within a vast, open-world city. Enjoy the acclaimed third-person shooter RPGs newest installment, featuring original play modes, all set in urban open worlds. The Division Resurgence also offers several in-game character classes, giving players a choice in their characters.