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The Division Open Beta is Now Live on Xbox One, Suffers from Microstutters
The Division open beta is now live on Xbox One, so get ready to survive New York. The beta preload was available since the past couple of days, so if you haven’t downloaded it already, you will need to update your closed beta client or download it from scratch.
Keep in mind that Xbox One has one day exclusivity for The Division beta. Fans on PlayStation 4 and PC can download the client but will have to wait till tomorrow to access the game.
According to some early reports, players are saying that the game feels much more fluid. But on the other hand, there seem to be microstutters on Xbox One. These are early reports so it is best you try the game out yourself to see well or poorly it performs.
The Division open beta will end on February 21 on all platforms. The closed beta was extended for sometime, so we can see another extension for open beta if fans demand it.
Even if there is no extension it wouldn’t be long before we get our hands on the final game. The Division is releasing on March 8 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.
PC users will get something extra.
Just yesterday we were told that Ubisoft has got into partnership with eye-tracking technology creator Tobii. PC version of the game has eye-tracking that will let players use various unique gameplay features.
For instance, you can look at a cover spot and quickly move to it using eye-tracking. You will also experience cleaner and less overwhelming UI with the ability to access info at a glance.
You can head over here to read up on these features and what compatible gear do you need for it.
Picking up The Division? Let us know of your feedback of the beta in the comments below.