After the announcement of the game a few days ago, a short video presentation of its next closed beta comes to light for The Division Heartland.
If a few days ago we were talking to you about Ubisoft’s new Free2Play – The Division Heartland – just a few hours ago a first video of 1:30 minutes was leaked on Twitter, showing for the first time in-game material of the game. Heartland is an open-world action project with survival elements that will arrive sometime between 2021 and 2022 for PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, PS4 and PS5.
As we have been able to know, the game will take place in the North American city of Silver Creek and as in the previous installments of the saga, the experience will be focused on survival, exploration and looting of the map, all in a hostile environment contaminated by a virus. The beta will give players access to two modes: Storm, a PVPVE mode for up to 45 players, and Expedition, more focused on PVE (player versus environment).
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Ubisoft has big plans to expand the Division license
The Division Heartland, run by Red Storm Entertainment, is one of the key pieces in the expansion of the Tom Clancy’s The Division license that Ubisoft has prepared. The French company has announced in recent weeks that in the coming months The Division 2 will receive new content, a new mobile game will be launched, a novel will be published and a movie for Netflix set in the events of the first game is already in production and starring Jessica Chastain and Jake Gyllenhaal.
The Division Heartland is being developed by Red Storm Entertainment, a North American studio founded by Tom Clancy in 1996 and owned by Ubisoft with a long experience of working on action games, such as Far Cry, Ghost Recon or The Division.