The Division 2 beta is going to have some problems, Ubisoft warns

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

The first is the game client crashing after an extended gameplay session-Ubisoft doesn't specify a platform for this, so I assume it's a common issue.

Commenting on the new signings, Adam Merrett, Senior PR Manager at Ubisoft, said: "We're thrilled to have signed up the very best players in their own division as ambassadors for the release of Tom Clancy's The Division 2".

"Also, be aware that you can only invite friends playing on the same platform as yours. To work around this problem, make sure to start the game first and join group directly from inside the game". In my experience though, you'll need more than that free on your hard-drive for it to install successfully.

Note: Each code once redeemed will allow the redeemer to invite three friends to try the beta as well. "At character creation, you are able to cycle through presets of customization features to randomize your Agent". Tom Clancy's The Division 2 releases March 15th on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC via the Epic Games Store. For PC, you will receive an email on February 6, and the Private Beta will be available in your Uplay client.

Dark Zone East-the largest of all three Dark Zones, players utilize long sightlines in over-grown governmental parks. Starting Friday, February 8, a little bit of The Division 2's new endgame will open up as well, including the new class specializations and an endgame mission.

Of course, this is not the finished article so players should fully expect to encounter some bugs, and Ubisoft has picked up on a couple already.