The Tom Clancy series around the well-known loot shooter from the Canadian company will soon be getting new food. Accordingly, Ubisoft has now announced a free-to-play variant. Other projects are also in progress. You can find out what these are from us.
The Division gets a new setting
Tom Clancy´s The Division Heartland is the name of the upcoming shooter fun from the developer pen of Red Storm, the studio responsible for The Division and The Division 2.
According to Ubisoft, the game is supposed to be the series from a completely new perspective illuminate. In return, you experience the division universe from a brand new setting. The highlight: The game will be available to you free of charge.
The Division: Further projects announced
In addition to Heartland and the well-known offshoots, the franchise is also being expanded across the board. In addition to a mobile version, a Netflix film with Jessica Chastain and Jake Gyllenhaal worked in the leading roles.
Rawson brought on board Marshall Thurber, who previously worked with Jennifer Aniston and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, to direct. Also, expect a Spin-Off-Romanwho explores what is happening in the United States after Part Two.
But fans of The Division 2 will also get their money’s worth. As Ubisoft announced, a new DLC is in development. This expansion will include a completely new game mode and a new level method for your agents. The developers focus on the Build diversity and laid your survivability.
If you’re already itching the trigger finger and you can’t wait to put your hand on Heartland yourself, you can get rid of it register immediately for a place in the beta. Perhaps you will soon be one of the lucky ones who will be able to ensure law and order with your agent in advance. In any case, we wish you good luck!
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An exact release date for The Division Heartland has not been disclosed. However, the game should be available for PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series S | X, Xbox One and the cloud by the end of 2022.