Tom Clancy’s The Division – Public test server will go live on September 26th

Ubisoft has announced that the Public Test Server for Tom Clancy’s The Division will go live on September 26th. According to Ubisoft, this server will feature ‘a game version on which new Updates will be made available before their official release, in order to allow the community to try them and provide feedback to the development team.’

The PTS was meant to go live on September 13th, however Ubisoft decided to delay in the last minute.

In case you’re wondering, the PTS is a different product and you will need to download the entire game client again.

So PC gamers will have to re-download the new client. Thankfully, Ubisoft confirmed that your characters from the live game will be transferred to the PTS.

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