The Division Beta Codes Are Being Sent Out By Nvidia Currently

Get 'em before they're gone.

Posted By | On 22nd, Jan. 2016

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If you want to give Ubisoft’s The Division a go before its launch in March, then the beta is your best bet. And if you want to get into the beta, then you are in luck- the good folks at Nvidia have you covered. Nvidia users are reporting that they are currently receiving emails that are letting them generate beta access codes for themselves.

The email states that the beta codes are available in a limited quantity, so if you do get it, and are interested in playing the beta, you’d best redeem your code as soon as you can. Do note, you do need to have an Nvidia product to be able to take advantage of this promotion.

The beta starts on January 28 for Xbox One users, while PC and PlayStation 4 players get into the beta the next day, on January 29. It goes on for a couple of days after that, until January 31. The game itself, meanwhile, launches on March 9 on all three platforms.

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