Ubisoft announced a new free game in The Division universe: Tom Clancys, The Division Heartland. Heartland Under development at Ubisoft’s Red Storm Studio, The editor said on Thursday, And it should be released in 2021 or 2022.
Details about the new game are minimal; Ubisoft called Heartland “A standalone game that does not require prior experience with the series,” but she said that the game “will offer a completely new perspective on the universe in a new environment.” Ubisoft said it happens on consoles, Windows PCs and the cloud.
Not an accurate exit window is given – only from 2021 to 2022 – but Ubisoft Act Provide link to players To get to the first test of the game. There is no word on when HeartlandThe tests will begin.
The latest splitting game from Ubisoft, Tom Clancy’s The Division 2, Released in March 2019. The game, developed by Massive Entertainment (with support from Red Storm), is set in Washington, DC after the outbreak of the virus that began in 2016. Tom Clancy’s The Division in New York. The players are agents of the fictional Home Country Squad, trying to keep things under control amid a devastating pandemic. according to Heartland The name, we can safely assume the final game will take place in the rural American Midwest.
Regarding gameplay, Ubisoft did not mention the format Heartland Will take. It is possible for Ubisoft to follow in the footsteps of Epic Games and Electronic Arts by creating a battle royale like It is an electronic game Or so Apex Legends. Something similar to Riot Games Appraisal, Which is a five against five, is also possible.
Ubisoft also announced the arrival of a new Division game on mobile, with more information available “later”.