The newly announced The Division Resurgence is coming to Android and iOS. Here’s how Division fans can sign up for the game’s closed alpha tests.
With Tom Clancy’s The Division Resurgence, Ubisoft promises to bring the popular shooter franchise to mobile devices for the first time, with a closed alpha program receiving sign-ups from players who’d like to get into the action early. Resurgence is described as a third-person RPG shooter similar to previous Division games. Resurgence promises to bring that experience to the mobile platform with new enemies, factions, and a brand-new storyline. With next to no news on The Division Heartland, fans of the series might be looking to tide themselves over with the newly announced Resurgence.
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Ubisoft has provided some details about what Resurgence will be, with the team responsible for putting out a manifesto. The manifesto details Ubisoft’s ambitions to bring the shooter series to mobile while preserving all of the key elements that make a proper Division game, focusing on fluid shooter gameplay that is properly adapted for handheld controls. It’s been some time since The Division 2, the last mainline entry in the series, but Ubisoft has continued to work on the game, with The Division 2 receiving new updates and seasonal content. Given that mobile gaming continues to be highly profitable and, on occasion, deeply controversial, some fans might like to participate in early live tests of Resurgence to get a feel for just what Ubisoft is planning for the game.
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Registration for Resurgence’s closed alpha program are open now, giving players the chance to receive an invitation to test the game in closed alpha. According to Ubisoft, invitations will be sent out over multiple waves as the team behind Resurgence begins testing the game on different devices and in different locations. Access to the game at this early stage seems to be a fairly exclusive opportunity, so interested players should jump in and register early.
How to Register For The Division Resurgence Closed Alpha
The process for registering for The Division Resurgence’s closed alpha is fairly similar to signing up for The Division Heartland. First, players have to navigate to the Ubisoft website and click the Register button, which allows the player to select from iOS or Android platforms. The player is then asked to log in to their Ubisoft account and fill out a short questionnaire that asks whether their current mobile device can run complex applications without any trouble. Additional questions ask whether the applicant has tried out other Division games or played at least a few hours of other prominent mobile titles such as Call of Duty Mobile, Genshin Impact, and Diablo Immortal.
According to this questionnaire, one particularly valued quality is experience playing battle royale games such as Fortnite on mobile platforms and enjoying looter shooter games such as Destiny. Ubisoft may prioritize players who already enjoy similar games, and applicants who want to play Resurgence early might want to give answers highlighting any existing experience.
Completing the questionnaire gives the player a chance to receive both an invite to the alpha and to sign a compulsory NDA beforehand. However, for players daunted by the prospect of signing legal agreements just to access an alpha, Ubisoft’s FAQ does note that “other opportunities to play The Division Resurgence” will also be available for players who aren’t invited.
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