Every beta has teething problems, that much is obvious.
Secondly, on all platforms, if you are outside the game and receive a game invite from a friend within the game, your client will crash at launch.
Remember, this is a private beta, so to gain access you'll have to have pre-ordered the game or have been lucky enough to be randomly selected to play having signed up online. Players will experience gameplay at the level cap of 30 and unlock brand new Survivalist, Sharpshooter or Demolitionist specializations. Along with your access rights, you will be able to invite up to 3 Uplay friends to the Beta. If the latter's more "realistic" take on the genre (i.e., you're not shooting lasers or flying around in mech suits), and want to check it out before March 15, then you've got a little bit of time to try and get into the Private Beta that starts tomorrow. Sorry if you're one of the people who missed out.
The grand Private Beta Event was commenced on February 7th, 2019 and still, conclude on 10th February of this very month.
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.
Dark Zone East-the largest of all three Dark Zones, players utilize long sightlines in over-grown governmental parks. While the Private Beta is still ongoing and will be available during the weekend, Ubisoft will perform various tests that will ensure a better launch.
In addition to this content, beginning February 8 at 8am PT, The Division 2 fans will have the opportunity to have a first hands-on with endgame content with one Invaded mission.