The beta is about 42 to 46 GB depending on one’s platform.
If you pre-ordered Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 and received your private beta key, then you can now pre-load the beta. It’s roughly 42 to 46 GB depending on your platform of choice, so make sure there’s enough space. The beta will start on February 7th at 1 AM PST across all platforms.
In terms of content, there will be quite a lot to sift through. Two main missions – Jefferson Trade Center and Grand Washington Hotel – will be available along with five side missions in the open world. Control Points and other activities, including helping civilian settlements, will also be able to try. PvP players can access Dark Zone East and 4v4 Skirmish.
On February 8th at 8 AM PST, players will get their first taste of end-game content with one Invaded mission. It will likely feature the recently revealed Black Tusks faction, while also offering three end-game Specializations for players to try out. The Division 2 is slated to release on March 15th for Xbox One, PS4, and PC.