The Division Resurgence Alpha Sign Up

If you want to know how to sign up for The Division Resurgence Alpha, we’ll explain the whole process in this guide. Mind you, this is just registering for a chance to get an invite; there’s no guarantee that you’ll end up with one. However, if you want to put your name in the ring, as it were, you need to go through several simple steps. Here’s how it all works.

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the division resurgence alpha sign up
The Division Resurgence Alpha Sign Up

How to Sign Up for The Division Resurgence Alpha

To sign up for The Division Resurgence alpha (or closed alpha, if we’re going to be precise), you have to go to the game’s official website. At the top of the page, you’ll see a big old “Register” button. When you click or tap that, it’ll take you straight down to the bottom of the page. There, you can choose between Android or iOS. Once you make your selection, click the Register button below. From that point, you’ll have to log in and follow the steps from there. Naturally, they’ll make you fill out a questionnaire and eventually sign an NDA. As always, read everything extremely carefully before agreeing to anything. You don’t want to accidentally break the NDA and get in trouble.

And there you have it, that’s how you sign up for The Division Resurgence closed alpha. A few days before the testing is ready to begin, Ubisoft will start sending out invites in waves. The order in which people will get these will depend on which devices and locations they want to test out first. According to this post from Ubisoft, you will have to sign the aforementioned NDA when you receive your invitation. After you agree to it, you will get an email with the details on how to install and access the game. If you want any more information, check out the post we’ve just linked, and be sure to follow the forums and the Division Resurgence Twitter account for future updates.

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