Through an official press release today, Ubisoft announced the development of Tom Clancy’s The Division: Heartland, a new F2P that will be available on PlayStation, Xbox and PC in 2021-2022. As well as our plans to bring The Division franchise to mobile devices, reaching an even wider audience. In addition, The Division 2 will also receive all new content in an update coming in late 2021! Ubisoft has also announced plans to develop versions of The Division for mobile devices, with the goal of bringing the universe to an even wider audience. More details on this project will be published shortly.
As part of this expansion of the series, Ubisoft today unveiled Tom Clancy’s The Division Heartland, a new free title set in The Division universe. Red Storm Entertainment is leading its development, a studio that has strong ties to the Tom Clancy licenses, and has worked on both The Division and The Division 2. The Division Heartland will be a standalone gaming experience available on PC, consoles and platforms. -forms. cloud in 2021-2022. Ubisoft has also announced plans to develop versions of The Division for mobile devices, with the goal of bringing the universe to an even wider audience. More details on this project will be published shortly.
The Division: Heartland and The Division 2
- Finally, The Division 2 will also receive new content as part of an update that will arrive at the end of 2021. Ubisoft Massive, with the support of Ubisoft Bucharest, is leading the development of this new content, which will include a brand new mode of game and New ways to level up agents, with a focus on increasing the variety and viability of builds. More details on this new update will be released ahead of its release.
- The Division is also expanding its transmedia content offering with a film starring Jessica Chastain and Jake Gyllenhaal, in development with Netflix. Rawson Marshall Thurber will direct the film, inspired by the original game. In addition, The Division is also announcing an upcoming original novel published by Aconyte. The narrative will unfold in the events after The Division 2 and explore how the outbreak is affecting different parts of the United States as agents battle to secure supply routes. We’ll be sharing more information about The Division’s transmedia content throughout this year.