XDefiant is a free-to-play multiplayer first person shooter developed and published by Ubisoft.
It is a crossover between various games developed by Ubisoft, including Splinter Cell, Watch Dogs, and Ghost Recon Breakpoint.
The Wolves have also been renamed to the Phantoms and the Outcasts from The Division 2 have been temporarily removed, as per insider Tom Henderson.
Invitations for a new set of tests have been sent to "select registrants" on PC who will go hands-on with features that are still in development.
The free-to-play mutiplayer shooter received plenty of backlash upon announcement for not fitting with the "Tom Clancy" branding.
A new competitive free to play shooter is in the works featuring various Tom Clancy properties but is Ubisoft falling behind the curb yet again?
The two maps are based on locations from Ubisoft Massive's The Division series, and offer a variety of elevations and cover.
"There are discussions on other stores having the game post-launch, but nothing has been determined as of yet," says Ubisoft.
Matches are 6v6 with Domination, Escort, Team Deathmatch and Escort confirmed. Ubisoft also noted that more tests would be "coming soon."
The free to play multiplayer FPS sees four factions battling it out in competitive PvP modes with different weapons and abilities.
A crossover Tom Clancy game has been previous leaked, which will supposedly incorporate elements of Splinter Cell, Ghost Recon, and The Division.
A new leak has spilled the beans on an unannounced Ubisoft project. Allegedly early in development, the game is unlikely to be announced at E3.