Tom Clancy’s The Division Heartland was announced in May 2021, but we haven’t heard much about it since. The free-to-play game was marked as “Coming Soon” on the Ubisoft Store today, fueling speculation that Ubisoft would soon announce a release date. This appears to be intriguing, given that the Ubisoft Forward event will take place on September 10.
The Division by Tom Clancy Heartland is a free-to-play game set in the world of Ubisoft’s The Division, which was released last year. Heartland was developed by Red Storm studio and was set to be released in 2021 or 2022, according to the publisher. The game is available again at Ubisoft Forward.
Twitter user, Unknown1Z1, tweeted The Division Heartland’s page on the Ubisoft Store. He mentioned that the Ubisoft Store now has The Division Heartland available under the Coming Soon title.
Unknown1Z1 also shared a video of The Division Heartland’s information on the Ubisoft Store. The video shows a cover, a few pictures, and some important details about the gameplay. The game’s main features, such as PvEvP Storm Operations and PvE Excursion Operations, are also presented.
“The Division Heartland is a free-to-play survival-action multiplayer shooter set in small-town Middle America,” wrote on the game’s page. “Fight together in 45-player PvEvP Storm Operations against a group of dangerous Rogue Agents, an aggressive faction known as the Vultures, all while surviving a lethal virus.”
Meanwhile, the fact that The Division Heartland’s page has been removed adds to the speculation that we will hear more about The Division Heartland at Ubisoft Forward.
Last week, the same thing happened with Assassin’s Creed Mirage, which was originally leaked and then officially released within a few hours. So, Ubisoft may prepare to re-present The Division Heartland today. When we consider that the publisher will host a new Ubisoft Forward event on September 10, the timing is not so strange.
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