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Alpha Footage of Tom Clancy's The Division Leaked

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Ubisoft was supposed to have an open beta for The Division this year but pushed it back to early 2016. However, a few Xbox One owners that pre-ordered the game and others that registered on Ubisoft's website were invited to test out a small section of the game. Of course it goes without saying that Ubisoft strictly forbid any leaking of gameplay footage since it's an alpha but it seems that was ignored by one of the closed beta testers.

 

Ubisoft has been busy filing DMCA notices and getting the footage pulled from YouTube but NeoGaf still has a few backups available for those that are interested. 

 

Source: http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2015-12-21-tom-clancys-the-division-closed-alpha-footage-leaks-online

 


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