ubisoft announced Tom Clancy’s The Division: Heartland, a new autonomous free game, the output of which is scheduled for 2021-2022. There are not many details at all, but the project will be developed by Red Storm Entertainment, and not the Massive Entertainment, which created The Division 1 and 2.
"Heartland is a separate game that does not require previous experience with the series, but will provide a series A completely new look at the universe in the new setting. "
And there is nothing more. Looking at the name and image, we can assume that the actions of the game will be held in the West of America, and not in the city conditions of the last two games. Red Storm is currently hiring a leading designer for his "next AAA game". And they are looking for someone with the experience of creating the spaces of the open world for PVE and PVP, which looks like that they will follow the same scheme as the rest of the series.
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Although The Division was created by Massive, Red Storm Entertainment was the co -founder of Tom Clance's and created games based on its work before Ubisoft was purchased in 2000. They conducted additional development for both Division games.
Simultaneously with the announcement of Heartland Ubisoft, she repeated that the Massive is working on new content for The Division 2. The information was a little more than mentioned in March, but it will appear at the end of 2021 years and "will include a completely new game, mode and new methods of pumping agents with emphasis on increasing the variety and viability of the assembly."