"Also, be aware that you can only invite friends playing on the same platform as yours".
The Division 2 beta starts today and runs through Sunday, February 10, and considering that it is a beta, you can bet there are going to be some technical hitches to work out. In my experience though, you'll need more than that free on your hard-drive for it to install successfully. Your level cap is 30 with new specialisations - sharpshooter, demolition and survivalist - being added on 8 February at 4pm, so you've got time to try out the vanilla options before then. Other than this there's a whole section of the Dark Zone that you can play through, which will be the area you'll be spending most of your time since there aren't a lot of missions. Otherwise, there are private beta sign-ups on Ubisoft's site, which involve signing up through your Uplay account, though this does not guarantee an invite to the beta. "At character creation, you are able to cycle through presets of customization features to randomize your Agent".
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Although the main objective of the beta is to find and eliminate bugs, it also gives players a taste of what's to come. As previously detailed, the beta will give us a look at a variety of early game activities and missions as well as a glimpse at some of the endgame content. The Division 2 launches on PS4, PC and Xbox One March 15.
Ahead of the launch, Ubisoft released a blog post outlining how there are some problems which couldn't be fixed before the beta's release.