The Division received an open beta, so it's not entirely out of the question the sequel would follow suit.
As for us here at DualShockers, we've been able to go hands-on with The Division 2 quite frequently the past few months and have come away generally positive from all of our play sessions.
The recent closed beta weekend gave players a look at the "levelling" part of the game, and what it'll be doing to extend its appeal past the end of its main story - introducing a new high-tech villain faction, Black Tusk. You can also experience the revamped "Dark Zone East" for a chance to get your hands on rare gear, and fight in "Skirmish" mode against other players. There is no open beta confirmed for The Division 2 but this could change as one of the devs has accidentally revealed it during a livestream.
Players can earn the Capitol Hill Arm Patch for completing the Invaded mission in the previous, pre-order exclusive Private beta, or the upcoming and unannounced Open Beta, the tweet said.
On a personal level, I'm excited to see more of what The Division 2 has to offer when it releases.
The Division 2 is scheduled for release on PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One on March 15.