Players have been highly receptive of “Tom Clancy’s The Division.” This is so much so that Ubisoft has already decided to extend the closed beta of the game by an entire full day of 24 hours.

The developer announced this via the official Ubisoft forums. According to the community manager, there has been a lot of buzz and excitement over the game during its closed beta session, so much so that the developer felt the need to extend it by 24 hours more.

“We announced that we were now inviting as many players as possible from the waitlist, in addition to those who had guaranteed pre-order access. We’ve started sending invites, with priority given to those who signed up first,” said the developer in the forums.

The closed beta extension is not the only great development for “The Division.” Eurogamer got wind of the possibility that an open beta will come for the game. According to the report, a Facebook input from Xbox Italy had hinted an open beta for “The Division.”

Seen in the image via the link, there is even a date for when the supposed open beta will be held. From Feb. 16 to 2, approximately a week-long beta, the public will have access to “The Division,” if the page is to be believed.

If this sighting is true, it will be the first time that the public will access the game. This is a huge jump from a 24-hour extension. On the up side, the developers will be able to stress out the servers and see how it will handle at launch. This makes sense, especially since Ubisoft has already started opening doors for more players to get into the closed beta.

Since there is still a good two weeks before the supposed open beta, Ubisoft may make announcements nearer the date, so best to take this with a grain of salt for now. “The Division” is coming on March 18 for the Xbox One, PS4 and PC.