Are you ready to take up arms again in The Division 2?
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In a press release, Ubisoft announced the arrival of The Division Heartland, a free-to-play game set in the Division world. Scheduled to be launched in 2021 or 2022, it is being developed by Red Storm Entertainment. This studio is no stranger to the series since Massive has already called this studio twice for his assistance in The Division and The Division 2. The game should be released on PCs and consoles as well as on gaming platforms while it is broadcasting.
Section 2 that hasn’t seen an update since October 2020 will finally see some content arriving, but not before the end of the year. It should include a new game mode with special attention to builds. You can also improve your proxy in new ways, but Ubisoft intends to reveal these new features some time in advance of their release.
Mobile in sight
Ubisoft doesn’t stop there and intends to carry the Division license on mobile as well. Once again, no details have been disclosed regarding the type of game to be chosen. It is impossible to determine whether Ubisoft will choose a third-person viewable game or afterward choose an isometric 3D game. A novel and movie on Netflix is also in development.
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