Tom Clancy’s The Division Heartland is multiplayer role playing third person shooter developed by Red Storm and published by Ubisoft.
Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 trailer used for representational purposes.
It is a standalone spinoff, and unlike its predecessors, a free-to-play game.
The free-to-play extraction shooter spinoff might be edging closer to release, if its recent Taiwanese rating is anything to go by.
A release date wasn't revealed, but sign-ups are available for the next closed beta test. More news is also coming this Summer.
Ubisoft will be hosting a livestream to give us a look at future content for The Division 2, as well as updates on other Division-related projects.
A new report claims that Ubisoft has been cancelling its projects because they were "not what gamers wanted", while delays have been happening to release more polished products.
The upcoming free-to-play multiplayer shooter has finally received official details from Ubisoft following a number of leaks.
The Division will have plenty of new updates to share on a number of games at the upcoming Ubisoft Forward event, the publisher has confirmed.
The upcoming free-to-play shooter recently saw its page on the official Ubisoft Store going up prematurely, before it was promptly taken down.
It's been a while since Ubisoft said much about the upcoming free-to-play spinoff, but a new leak may have revealed some interesting details on the game.
The free-to-play spinoff was originally supposed to launch before April 2022, but has now been pushed back and will target a launch in FY 2022-23.
Ubisoft Massive is "still hard at work" on upcoming content for The Division 2. The Division Heartland will also have additional tests later.
The game will have two separate modes.
Ubisoft touts a "solid and well-diversified line-up" with premium and F2P titles.
The Division is also coming to mobile devices.