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Get a long look at Tom Clancy's Division with this leaked gameplay from the closed alpha

The alpha has been going for about two weeks. The beta is sometime early next year.

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Forty minutes of gameplay streamed from a user in the closed alpha for Tom Clancy's The Division have surfaced on YouTube. You can watch the videos here, pending any takedown action, of course.

The game is still on course for a March 8, 2016 launch on PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One, though that date was was delayed from original launch plans for this year. The Division was originally announced at E3 2013.

A beta for the game on Xbox One, announced at E3 this year, also was delayed to next year, though the closed alpha got going roughly two weeks ago as a make-good for those who had preordered The Division for beta access. A non-disclosure agreement was required for the alpha, so whoever uploaded this video is probably in some trouble.

The videos surfaced this morning in a thread on NeoGAF, where they're debating the merits of what it shows. For more on Tom Clancy's The Division, you can also see Polygon's hands-on preview from E3 2015.

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