Xbox Italy's official Facebook page has details of an open beta for The Division.

Ubisoft's online shooter will throw its doors open to the public from 16th to 21st February, the page has detailed.

This second beta test (the first to be public) has yet to be officially announced, so things may still change - although Microsoft should probably know what's what.

Once again, there will be 24 hours of exclusive access for Xbox One owners.

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A second beta test makes sense - there's more than enough time for another, before the game fully launches on 8th March.

The Division's current closed beta test has been extended until 11am tomorrow, 2nd February - so you'll still be able to play it tonight if you were invited.

We've reached out to Ubisoft in case it feels like confirming.

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