How To Sign Up For The Division Resurgence Closed Alpha

Tom Clancy’s The Division is a relatively long-running franchise of Ubisoft, available to play on PC and Consoles. But with The Division Resurgence, they are bringing the experience to the mobile platform.

The Division Resurgence is an RPG looter shooter-style game developed by Ubisoft. Here you will play as an officer of The Division to defend your city from external threats. They describe The Division Resurgence as similar to its counterpart on PC and Console.

The closed alpha test for The Division Resurgence is going on right now. Ubisoft is sending invites to people interested in trying out their new game on Android or iOS. Even though the registration process is pretty easy, there is no guarantee you will be selected for the Alpha Test. Stings, doesn’t it?

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Signing Up For The Division Resurgence Closed Alpha

To Sign up for For The Division Resurgence Closed Alpha, you must go to the Ubisoft Website. There you will need to find and click on The Division Resurgence section. Now, the option to watch the trailer for the game and Register for Alpha options will show up.

Click on the Register Now option, which will take you to the registration page. At first, you must log in with your Ubisoft account on this page. Then you will need to select the platform between Android and iOS.

After that, you will be asked several questions on this registration page with a yes or no reply option. A few of them will be like, Is your mobile capable of running a complex game like this? Have you played similar games like Call of Duty Mobile, Destiny, Diablo, etc.?

After completing the questions, you are now signed up for Alpha. Now, if you are selected for the Alpha, Ubisoft will inform you with an email.

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