Ubisoft has organised a closed Alpha gameplay for fans of “Tom Clancy’s The Division.” However, as expected, a couple of videos from the closed alpha has already leaked.

“The Division” was scheduled for a public Beta at the end of this month but it was postponed for next year. But, the developer announced that those who preordered the Xbox One versions of “The Division” will be getting access to a closed Alpha version. The event was organised for selected players and it took place from Dec. 9 to 12.

The players of this kind of Alpha version were not allowed to disclose any information about the game in public. They are not even allowed to take screenshots, make videos and talk about the game on public forums. Publishers also understand that what they are expecting from players is close to impossible, but they try to immediately take the images and videos down from the internet.

Ubisoft has already released a few videos for “The Division,” but people always doubt when they could get any video directly from the developers. Kotaku also reported that Ubisoft signed a non-disclosure agreement with the Xbox One testers for “Tom Clancy’s The Division,” but such things do not always work as the people always want to make sure that they see all the aspects of the game before making a purchase.

The same source reported last month that many “Fallout 4” leaks were released before the launch and it has happened with many other games. It is established then that gamers find it hard to trust the developers for new games as the developers only show the good side of their product to sell it. Game developers really have to face such issues as they are serving a huge community of gamers that are a lot of different people with different mindsets.

Recently, a few videos have been shared on a website called NeoGAF. The videos reveal that the game will be coming as expected from Ubisoft. Those who did not get a chance to experience the game in closed Alpha will have a better opportunity to play “The Division” in advance next year. Interested players can register on the official website of “The Division.”

This is just an Alpha version of the game but it also shows a slight graphical downgrade. Different reactions from fans can be seen on different discussion forums. Some people say that the game looks very polished while others say that the animation looks stiff. Some of the maps even look similar like the maps from “Ghost Recon Online,” another title from Ubisoft.

The launch date for “Tom Clancy’s The Division” across Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Windows PC is March 8, 2016 if the developer doesn’t change the dates once again just like the delays made earlier this year.

Tom Clancy’s The Division - Player Stories (Credit: YouTube/Ubisoft)

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