The Division Beta: How To Download It Now Free (Xbox One & PS4)

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So you’ve been clamouring your way to get the latest video game, The Division, but don’t really know how? Fret not, as we’ll guide you on how to get it since Ubisoft has just released the first-person shooter RPG in beta form for FREE, starting from 28th of January for two days.

PlayStation 4 gamers have somehow or rather, found a way to bypass the system in order to get themselves beta codes without having to preorder the much-anticipated game. If you’re interested to get it, you should be preordering the game from the PlayStation Store, and once it’s been completed, gamers will then be required to search for The Division beta through the Store again. Next, you’ll have to download the client to your PS4 console.

But after doing so, gamers can actually visit the settings area of the PS4 to cancel their preorder before the system takes payment for the transaction that’s about to be “made”. Sounds like it’s pretty easy, huh?

As for Xbox One owners, it’s a pretty similar process to that of the PS4 as well. All you have to do is to search for The Division on, and preorder it to continue with the process. Once the preorder has been completed, a promotional code would be sent to your email address and just cancel the preorder once you’re done with it.

What you’ll have to do next is to visit, select the Xbox platform and then click next. Then, you’ll need to sign in or create a Uplay account, link it to your Xbox Live account, enter the given access code, and voila, you’re done. Ubisoft will send a beta code to you once you’ve completed all these given instructions.

It’s worth noting that the method used for Xbox One works for those who are on PS4, so you’ll have an alternative if the first method doesn’t work out for you. Give it a try and you’ll be thanking us later.

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