The Division’s beta sign-ups website has gone live, and while Xbox One players get first crack at it in December, PC players can look forward to gaining access in early 2016.

At the moment, the site offers two options: Pre-order the game and be guaranteed access when it becomes available for you platform, or sign up for the waitlist and well, wait. Being on the waitlist does not guarantee you access, but if the developers need more players onboard during the beta, then the waitlist is where they’ll pull players from. It appears to be a safe try-before-you-buy method.

For participating in The Division‘s beta, players may become eligible for special in-game prizes that will be released upon launch of the full version of the game. You will also have many other players’ gratitude for helping Ubisoft stomp out any bugs.

Redemption of beta codes or signing up for the waitlist will require players to have a Uplay account. If you have questions or concerns, the FAQ section of the site answers a lot of common ones. If you’re ready to try out The Division, you can sign up here.

Paul Younger
Founder and Editor of PC Invasion. Founder of the world's first gaming cafe and Veteran PC gamer of over 22 years.

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