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The Division Resurgence Regional Beta Returning November 16

The team at Ubisoft announced that a new regional beta for The Division Resurgence will be available for select players in the US and Brazil (and all of Australia) starting November 16.

A previous regional beta for The Division Resurgence previously ran in June and July. During this time, players were able to take a closer look at The Division Resurgence’s specializations, characters, and weapon upgrades.

Taking the feedback from this beta period, the development team has made a number of improvements to the title. This upcoming regional beta will let players take on its Campaign mode (up to main mission 8), along with side missions and other open-world activities. Note that the regional beta can be played either solo or in co-op.

Note that the Dark Zone will also be available for bold Agents during this time period. Those that brave it will be able to seek out valuable gear, and can also take advantage of its PVP Conflict mode and new Lone Wolf Challenge mode.

In the case of the latter, those flying solo can take on a set of short, increasingly difficult levels. Those that complete them as fast as possible can earn themselves a good rating, thereby moving up in the ranks and unlocking rewards. Players will also be able to experiment with bonus skills and can tweak loadouts to improve upon times and develop new strategies.

Learn more with the trailer below:

THE DIVISION RESURGENCE: NEW-YORK CITY TRAILER

Playable on select Android and iOS devices, all those interested in this and future tests can sign up on the official The Division Resurgence website.

[infobox style=’success’ static=’1′]Source: Press Release[/infobox]

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