The Division 2‘s private and open betas limited players to just preset characters, but that will not be the case when the full game launches this week.
In the full release of the game, players will be able to customize their agent’s face, facial features, hair, face paint, tattoos, and starting outfit. Take a look at a few of the available options in the trailer below:
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Last week, Ubisoft shared an official launch trailer for the upcoming sequel that offered another look at the game’s three end-game specializations. These powerful options are unlocked once a player reaches level 30 and each comes with an exclusive signature weapon and abilities.
In other news, it was recently revealed that the PC version of the game will not be sold by third-party retailers after launch due to Ubisoft’s exclusivity deal with Epic Games.
The Division 2 officially launches on March 15th for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. However, players on all three platforms can access the game from tomorrow, March 12th, if they pick up either the Gold Edition or Ultimate Edition.