It looks like Ubisoft is trying to avoid its stumbles from 2014 by hosting alpha tests for Tom Clancy's The Division.

With Tom Clancy's The Division coming out sometime this year, Reddit users have found that Ubisoft has plans for an alpha test of the game, IGN reports. It looks like Ubisoft is trying to avoid the fiasco that plagued Assassin's Creed Unity late last year. The exciting part about the alpha test is that it may open up to the public, which is great for all the fans out there who have been dying to get their hands on this open-world third-person shooter.

The Reddit users found references to The Division's alpha test in a bunch of hidden HTML that you can only find by seriously rooting around the coding of Ubisoft's website. While it doesn't currently show on its front side, Reddit users found a hidden spot for an "Alpha" button on the navigation bar, but it hasn't been implemented yet. Not only is this awesome because it makes the Reddit fans who discovered it look like coding ninjas, but it's also a sign this alpha could be starting up sometime soon.

Since there hasn't been any kind of formal announcement for the alpha yet, all we can do is wait for Ubisoft to reply to somebody's pleas for clarification and details on Tom Clancy's The Division.