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The Division goes free-to-play with unique standalone title, Heartland


The Division Heartland

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Tom Clancy’s The Division franchise has confirmed an ideal success for Ubisoft lately, reaching roughly 40 million gamers since the first game’s originate encourage in 2016.

Spectacular as that’s, that number is effect to explode with the announcement of Tom Clancy’s The Division Heartland, an upcoming free-to-play title for PC, consoles and cloud-gaming platforms.

Tiny is identified about Heartland at contemporary, despite the truth that the game presently has a tentative release window of 2021-2022, suggesting this can originate either gradual this 12 months or early subsequent.

The sport will presumably be microtransaction-pushed for cosmetics (and presumably weapons), so ask a gargantuan selection of backpacks and assault rifles on offer at release.

Heartland’s vogue is being led by Pink Storm Entertainment, a studio which worked on both The Division and The Division 2 and is described as having “shut ties to the Tom Clancy licenses”.

As well to to Heartland, Ubisoft plans to proceed its all-out transmedia assault with the announcement that The Division franchise could also be coming to cell, despite the truth that crucial aspects for that game could be printed at a later date.

The Division 2 is also effect to receive unique DLC as a part of an update effect for release in gradual 2021. The unique assert is being developed by Ubisoft Wide, with enhance from Ubisoft Bucharest, and must unruffled offer “a unconditionally unique game mode and unique concepts for levelling agents up with an emphasis on increasing safe selection and viability.”

Ubisoft also announced a unique fashioned new effect after the events of The Division 2, and is supposed to “explore how the Outbreak affects various regions of the US as agents battle to steady present routes.”

The publisher would also adore to remind you that a movie adaptation of The Division starring Jessica Chastain and Jake Gyllenhaal is unruffled in the works at Netflix.

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