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The Division 2 Doesn’t Mean an End for The Division 1

The Division laid the foundation the sequel builds on and while it was believed that the first installment would see an end to its life cycle once The Division 2 hits, we now know this might not be the case.

According to David Polfeldt, Managing Director of Massive Entertainment, The Division 2 doesn’t necessarily mean the end of The Division. Both games can run parallel to each other, he suggested. However, nothing is finalized at the time being.

I think The Division 1 should continue and Part 2 is a kind of alternative way for the players. I do not know what happens but we are very open about this though.

The Division took us to New York while The Division 2 paves the way for us to visit Washington. Both stories are connected in the sense that the Division agents are the ones trying to secure the capital from the same infection that devastated New York.

Ubisoft previously mentioned that no major updates for the first game will come out anymore. They have reached their goal with the game and will now use it as a base for The Division 2 in terms of gameplay and story. It would be great if Ubisoft would continue supporting the first game for at least the first year of The Division 2.

The Division 2 beta registrations are now live or you can just preorder the game to get surefire access to the beta. The beta will run for a few days ahead of the game’s March 19, 2019 release.

According to Ubisoft, the number of players who signed up for the beta is staggering. Registration is free if you don’t wish to pre-order the game. Login to Uplay to sign up for The Division 2 beta.

If you have a few Uplay point saved up, a 100 of them, you can get a 20% discount on your purchase. The game could be yours for $47.99.

Have you signed up for The Division 2 beta?