Today Ubisoft has dropped a news update surrounding the future of The Division and where we can expect the story to branch off through a variety of Media. The most exciting news from this update is the reveal of an all-new Division game, titled “The Division Heartland”.
Ubisoft has not shared much about this new title yet, but what we can confirm right now is that the game is being developed by Red Storm Studios, which has worked on Tom Clancy Games since 1997, where they debuted into the gaming world with Tom Clancy’s Politika. Since the Red Storm brought us many Iconic Tom Clancy games, including the original Rainbow 6 and Ghost Recon titles and more recently have worked alongside other Ubisoft Studios to bring us Both Division games, the Iconic Far Cry 3 and its successor Far Cry 4 and one of my all-time favourite Tom Clancy Games Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter. Along with this incredible team behind the development of The Division Heartland, we also found out that this standalone game will be coming to console and PC between 2021 and 2022. This large release window is most likely due to the ongoing Pandemic, which has hindered Ubisoft massively over the past 12 months with release dates.
Along with this new and Exciting Ubisoft title, we also learnt that more Division 2 content will be coming later this year and will be revealed later this year before its release in the later half of 2021. Both Ubisoft Massive and Ubisoft Bucharest are working on this new content which will bring an entirely new game mode and new methods for levelling up your agent with an “emphasis on Variety and variability”.
Ubisoft then reminded fans that there is a Division Film in the making in conjunction with Netflix, which will be heavily inspired by the original game. Above you can check out a timeline of when we can expect to see all of this incredible content for The Division across multiple media, including plans for a Division Mobile game and Novel.
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