If you have ever been an Alpha Tester, you know that you have to sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) which states that you are free to test the game for feedback as long as you don’t share certain aspects of the game.
Which is what players did to test the PC version of The Division 2 last weekend. And, as usual, some bad boys did not listen. Over the course of this week, some videos and gameplay articles have been popping up, with Ubisoft having to take them down just as quickly. I wonder if any legal action has been taken, or have they simply issued a Cease and Desist.
If you scour the internet, you will still find some posts and tweets about the Alpha test, but that’s not so surprising. These are all good previews of the game, with slight mention to some bugs that need to be fixed as well as only vague mentions to the game. I’m sure Ubisoft would rather keep this online anyway, since it only shows the good side of the game in a positive light.
The most common element most of the posts highlight is that the game is huge. I haven’t played the previous Division game, but it seems like I will be adding another huge game to my roster. Fallout 76, Far Cry 5 and Assassin’s Creed Odyssey have already been keeping me busy with their huge maps. It seems to be the trend lately.
News Source: IGN