Beta Release: January 29th, 12:00 PM GMT
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Crafting and Deconstructing:FAQ
Q: Any known Beta issues?
A: Yes, go here
Q: I am getting the "Do you own this game or app?" error on Xbox One, what do I do?
A: Try this: Go to the Xbox store and search for the Beta, they changed it to a Beta bundle. Tell it to download, and it will instantly say it's done, and it will start working.
Q: What is the Tom Clancy’s The Division Beta?
A: The Tom Clancy’s The Division Beta is your chance to test and experience a pre-release version of the game before it launches. Plus, it serves as an important opportunity to make sure that the game is balanced and that the servers are tested to pave the way for a smooth launch. The beta will not be a full version of the game, and will only function during specific time frames.
Q: When is the Beta?
A: Xbox One players will have 24 hour early access to The Division Closed Beta, starting on January 28th. The beta will start on January 29th for PS4 and PC players.
Q: How can I get a Beta code?
A: There are a limited number of guaranteed access codes for the beta. In order to receive one, you must pre-order Tom Clancy’s The Division for Xbox One, PlayStation®4 system, or PC from a participating retailer. Find a participating retailer by visiting thedivisiongame.com/buy. You can also choose to register for the waiting list, but this does not guarantee beta access.
Q: I pre-ordered Tom Clancy’s The Division! Where do I locate my beta code?
A: Depending on the retailer, your code could be printed on the retail receipt, provided to you on a printed card, or sent to you via email. If you did not receive or cannot locate your beta code, please contact your retailer. Pre-purchases made via Xbox Store, PlayStation®Store, or Steam will not require a code. In these cases, access to the beta is automatically granted!
Q: I pre-ordered the game, but I was already registered on the waiting list! What should I do to guarantee beta access?
A: Return to thedivisiongame.com/beta and enter the beta code you were provided with by the retailer. You will automatically be upgraded from the waiting list and have guaranteed access.
Q: My retailer gave me a beta code when I pre-ordered! What do I do with it?
A: When you pre-order, you’ll receive an access code from your retailer. It will look something like: xxxxxxxxxxxx
Please visit thedivisiongame.com/beta and follow the instructions on the page to redeem this code. You will receive further instructions by email shortly before the start of the beta!
Q: After redeeming my code, I was asked if I wanted to invite friends! Why should I do this?
A: Tom Clancy’s The Division can be played solo or with a team. If you would like to try the beta out with your friends, you can input their email addresses and we will send them a personalized invitation on your behalf to register for the beta! Rest assured we will not email your friends beyond this invitation unless they choose to sign up, nor will we share their email addresses with any partners or third parties.
Q: What should I do if I’ve lost my beta code or discover that the code is illegible?
A: If you’ve lost your beta code or the code is illegible, please contact your retailer about getting a copy of your lost or damaged beta code.
Q: My beta code isn’t working! What do I do?
A: Don’t panic. If you receive an error message when entering your beta code at thedivisiongame.com/beta, please verify the code and try again. Please keep in mind that sometimes oes (O: and zeros (0: look similar. If you continue to see an error message, please contact Ubisoft Customer Support.
Q: Will I receive anything for participating in the beta?
A: Data gathered during the beta along with the feedback you provide us about our game is extremely important to the success and stability of the final retail release of Tom Clancy’s The Division. As a thank-you for participating in the beta, you may be eligible to receive special in-game rewards that can be unlocked in the full release of the game! More details about this will be revealed at a later date. Follow @thedivisiongame on Twitter to stay informed about these opportunities.
Q: Do I need a Uplay account to register for the beta?
A: Yes, you will need a Uplay account to redeem your code on the website or register for the waiting list. If you don’t have an account, you’ll be prompted to create one during the process of redeeming your beta code or registering for the waiting list. It’s a simple and free process!
Q: Do I need an Xbox Live Gold or PlayStation®Plus membership to participate in the beta?
A: Xbox One and PlayStation®4 system owners will not need an Xbox Live Gold or PlayStation®Plus membership to access and play the beta. However, there are some game modes that require such accounts. More details on this will be released in the future.
Q: If I had access to the Alpha, will I have access to the Beta too?
A: Yes, players who participated in the Alpha will also have access to the Beta. Check here for access: https://account-uplay.ubi.com/en-US/beta-access
Q: How do I know if I have Beta access?
A: Go here to check if you are part of the Beta: https://account-uplay.ubi.com/en-US/beta-access
Q: What is the maximum level?
A: There are two seperate ranks in The Division, your main rank and dark zone rank. Max main rank is 30, and the max dark zone rank is 99. For this Beta it is limited to 8 and 20, respectively.
Q: How large is the Beta file size?
A: The Beta will come out to ~26GB.
Q: What time does the Beta start at?
A: The Beta for Xbox One users will start on Thursday, Jan. 28 - 9 AM GMT | 4 AM EST | 1 AM PST. The Beta for PC/PS4 users will start on Friday, Jan. 29 - 12 PM GMT | 7 AM EST | 4 AM PST.
Q: What are the PC requirements for The Division?
Q: Will I keep my progression and gear from the Beta?
A: No, nothing will be transferred from Beta to final release.
Q: Will I be able to pre-load?
A: Yes, you can pre-load/download right now!
Q: Can I upload videos to Youtube, Livestream or post screenshots?
A: Yes you can, there is no NDA for the Beta.
Q: I still can't get a key to get in the Beta, is there any other way?
A: Go to Amazon, pre-order the game (only works with the physical copy), and receive a Beta code. Go here to beg for a code. Or you can look online for people that are selling them for ~$2.
Q: Is there a skill calculator?
A: Yes there is, here you go
Q: What does the thread title reference OP?
A: Here you go