XDefiant drops Tom Clancy branding as public testing signups open

Tom Clancy’s XDefiant was introduced in 2021 as Ubisoft’s free-to-play answer to Call of Duty multiplayer: A 6v6 competitive military FPS featuring factions from Tom Clancy franchises Splinter Cell, Ghost Recon, and The Division. The title didn’t exactly set the world on fire but the gameplay looked not bad; early beta tests ran in August 2021, and anyone interested was (and still is) able to sign up for future testing sessions, although none have been announced since.

That will apparently change in the near future, as Ubisoft has announced upcoming “Insider Sessions” for XDefiant that will enable members of the public to take part in testing sessions with and against developers. Testing will begin with a small number of participants on PC (exactly how many isn’t stated) and will expand to more players, and more platforms, as the tests progress.

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