Ubisoft announced beta testing of The Division Resurgence for Selected Southeast Asian Regions

The Division Resurgence, Ubisoft's upcoming third-person shooter, is ramping up the number of regional beta tests it is conducting with the addition of selected Southeast Asian countries to its itinerary. Interested gamers from Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand will finally get to experience this highly anticipated mobile game with amazing exclusive rewards to be given for free.


The announcement comes shortly after Ubisoft revealed the second regional beta test for the US, Australia, and Brazil, which will run from November 16 until December 29, 2023. However, Ubisoft hasn’t released any information yet regarding the date and duration of beta testing for Southeast Asia.

While waiting for the date announcement, pre-registration is now available. Players can pre-register for the Division Resurgence beta in Southeast Asia via Google and the Apple App Store. It is important to note that the game will be published by Level Infinite under the title of The Division Resurgence SEA instead of Ubisoft for these particular regions.

Therefore, when searching for the game to register for, look for The Division Resurgence SEA on your iOS or Android mobile devices. Click the game when it appears, and simply click the pre-register button to finish the steps. Once you have successfully pre-registered, the game’s beta test app will automatically download to your mobile device once the regional beta test launches. You don’t have to worry about being left out with the pre-registration, as the beta testing seems to have no limits.

In addition, players who successfully registered for beta testing will be granted exclusive rewards, which include a Firefighter apparel set, a Firefighter cap, Firefighter shoes, a pure gold classic M60, a pure gold PP-19, a pure gold SASG-12, a pure gold Tactical.308, and a pure gold classic AK-47.


The Division Resurgence is scheduled for release in early 2024. This announcement follows the delayed launch of the game to carry out more beta tests until Ubisoft is finally satisfied with the final game.