Ubisoft has announced Tom Clancy’s The Division: Heartland, a new free standalone game scheduled for a 2021-2022 release. Instead, it will be developed by Red Storm Entertainment instead of Massive Entertainment, the creators of The Division 1 and 2.
Nothing else. The title “Heartland” (and the image above) suggests that it will be set in western Central America, rather than the urban setting of the past two games. Red Storm is now hiring a designer. Leading the “Next AAA Game” and looking for someone with experience creating open-world spaces for PvE and PvP, which seems to follow a similar theme to the rest of the series.
If this is enough to pique your interest, you can register for the opportunity to get early access to the game.
Although The Division was created by Massive, Red Storm Entertainment It was co-founded by Tom Clancy and created a game based on his work before being acquired by Ubisoft in 2000.They made further developments in both Division games, although the last time they brought the Clancyverse, Ghost Recon: Future. Soldier in 2012
At the same time as the Heartland announcement, Ubisoft reiterated that Massive was working on new content to come in The Division 2. There was no more information than it said in March. But it will arrive at the end of 2021 and “will include all new games. New modes and methods for leveling agents, with a focus on increasing the variety and viability of the creation. Massive also leads the development of Ubisoft’s open-world Star Wars games.
I have a soft spot for The Division series. It’s a ridiculous fantasy. But it’s super satisfying to hide behind low walls and shoot the geeks until your headquarters upgrades. As Brendy puts it in the Division 2 review, “Humans are conflict beasts and we can enjoy the game to the fullest even when we perceive it as a hogwarts”. void”