Today Ubisoft has announced that a new regional beta is coming for its mobile game Tom Clancy's The Division Resurgence.
This time around the beta will be available in the United States, Australia, and Brazil, and it'll begin on November 16. It'll run until the end of 2023.
If you live in these countries, you can register for a chance to be selected for the beta on the official website.
The announcement has been accompanied by a trailer showcasing New York City and plenty of gameplay.
Yoou can watch it below and take a good look at what the game looks like, especially if you don't live in the countries mentioned above and cannot enjoy the upcoming beta.
We also get a developer diary video in which the developers promise that the beta will include a large portion of the early story missions, plenty of side missions, open-world activities, PvP activities, and the PvPvE gameplay.
The developers have been listening to feedback from previous betas and redesigned the first few missions that serve as tutorials to improve onboarding.
The balancing has also been reworked to make the game less grindy and more rewarding, providing rare loot earlier.
A brand new mode called "Lone Wolf Challenge" has also been added as a solo activity for players who enjoy playing that way. Solo players will also be able to enjoy the new solo Dark Zone queue.
Legendary Instance Challenges have been implemented as an endgame activity that will refresh every week as the most challenging mode in the game.
The Vanguard specialization has been reworked, while a recommended power score can help players find out whether an activity is suitable for their gear and build.
For those who have a powerful phone, the 60 FPS mode will be available in this beta.
We also hear that the game is now slated for early 2024 for iOS and Android. On top of that, another beta is planned for the Southeast Asia region.
There is a lot more on the menu, and you can watch the video below to find out.
In the meanwhile, Ubisoft is also working on Tom Clancy’s The Division Heartland, which is a free-to-play game coming to PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC.
On top of that, we also got a rather cheeky announcement that Tom Clancy's The Division 3 is in the works. Of course, The Division 2 is still ongoing.