On Thursday, Ubisoft announced Tom Clancy’s The Division Heartland, an upcoming free-to-play game set within the universe of The Division.
The Division: Heartland is being developed by Red Storm Entertainment, a studio founded by Tom Clancy himself. Red Storm has worked on both The Division and The Division 2, along with a gamut of other Tom Clancy’s titles. The game will be a standalone title and is expected to release for PlayStation and Xbox consoles as well as PC within the 2021-22 time frame.
“We are very proud of what our teams have accomplished with this franchise and the amazing universe they have created,” said Alain Corre, Executive Director of Ubisoft EMEA. “The potential and depth of this enables us to explore new and exciting content that will please loyal long-term fans of The Division and new ones alike.”
Ubisoft has not revealed much else about The Division Heartland, but more information will likely arrive closer to launch. Ubisoft also has new content for The Division 2, a new novel from Aconyte, and a Netflix film on the horizon, giving fans of The Division plenty to look forward to in the year ahead. Check out the latest news post on the Ubisoft Blog for more information.