Fans of Tom Clancy’s The Division series can look forward to this New, free-to-play title Heartland. Ubisoft reported this through Input On its official website. The Division: Heartland is developed by Ubisoft’s Red Storm Entertainment studio. Heartland is going to be a standalone game No previous experience with the series required. The game is scheduled to launch between 2021 and 2022, That accesses computer platforms, consoles, and cloud services. “As work continues in The Division 2, other Ubisoft teams are exploring other ways to introduce The Division to more players. Heartland is a standalone game, but it will provide a whole new perspective to The Division Universe in a new environment,” Ubisoft CEO Alain Corre says. We haven’t learned any other specific details about the game itself yet.
In addition to The Division: Heartland and Ubisoft as well Announced that The Division franchise will search for mobile devices. It is unclear if this will be a new title specifically designed for mobile devices, or a port for some of the current games. Ubisoft will inform fans of this project later. The next good date to get more information or provide the title might be the E3 event in June of this year.
However, Ubisoft is not done yet with the Division world. In addition to new content for The Division 2, new content is also being prepared A movie from The Division, Which is currently under development. The film was created in cooperation with a broadcast platform Netflix, So there is no doubt that the movie will likely come here. The film is based on the events of the original play and will feature Jessica Chastain and Jake Gyllenhaal. The director next will be Rawson Marshall Thurber (Skyscraper movies, Miller in Journey, CIA).
And to make matters worse, A novel book is also being prepared, Which will bring a new story that takes place after the events of The Division 2.
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