The Division 2: Does Progress Carry Over From the Beta, Beta Rewards

The Division 2: Does Progress Carry Over From the Beta, Beta Rewards

If you participated in either of the two The Division Betas, there may be some rewards waiting for you. You’re also probably wondering whether or not your progress will carry over. Let’s take a look.

The Division 2 is finally here, though many players have already had the chance to play it before the full release. This is because Ubisoft ran a couple of betas for The Division 2, offering a slice of the game’s opening hours to those that were eager to play. It was worth jumping in too, as there were a few The Division 2 Beta Rewards that you could earn. Having put time into the betas, many players have been wondering whether or not their progress would carry over, and in this The Division 2 Beta Rewards and Progress Guide, we’ll answer exactly that.

For more on The Division 2, be sure to check out our The Division 2 Guides Hub. It’s full of useful info on the game, including a look at character customization, and which skills you should be looking at getting first.

Does The Division 2 Beta Progress Carry Over?

Many players put a lot of time into both of The Division 2 betas, completing the first few missions and making their first steps into The Dark Zone. As such, players are wondering whether or not all of that effort was in vain. Turns out, yes and no. Your progress will not carry over from The Division 2 beta into the full game, but you will receive some exclusive rewards for taking part.

The Division 2 Beta Rewards

As we mentioned before, there are a few rewards which players could earn by participating in The Division 2 betas. They range from extra cosmetic items, to a weapon skin which can be applied to almost all weapons. Let’s take a look at what is on offer.

  • DC Patriot Weapon Skin - Participate in any beta
  • Capitol Hill Arm Patch - Complete the Invaded mission
  • Supply Crate Backpack Trophy - Complete the Dark Zone East intro mission
  • Capitol Hill Backpack Trophy - Participate in the Open Beta

How to Claim The Division 2 Beta Rewards

If you’re eligible for any of the rewards outlined above, you’ll need to jump through a few hoops in order to claim them. First you need to have unlocked the White House base. This is obtained near the start of the game, after the first mission. Next, you need to head to a Stash Box. Select the ‘Grants’ option and you’ll find your rewards.

The Division 2 Rewards Not Appearing

Some players are reporting that their The Division 2 beta rewards are not appearing in the Stash box. This is a known issue which Ubisoft has addressed. It has advised players to reboot the game and try again. We’ll be sure to update this page with a fix once we get one.

So there you have it, everything you need to know about The Division 2 Beta Rewards. For more on The Division 2, why not check out our Character Customization Guide. There’s also our look at how to dodge roll in The Division 2.

Jake Green

Guides Editor

Jake is a former freelance writer who now heads up guides for USG. He spends his days dreaming of an X-Files dating-sim and will play literally any game with monkeys in it. He has an unhealthy obsession with Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and would pretty much trade a kidney for Skate 4 at this point.

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