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The Division: Heartland is a standalone, free-to-play game coming from Ubisoft

The world of The Division is expanding.

Ubisoft has surprise-revealed a new game set in The Division universe today. The Division: Heartland is a free-to-play survival shooter, coming to PC and consoles in 2021-2022.

Heartland is a standalone game that takes place in a new setting, providing a new perspective on the world. You can sign up for early tests at the link.

Development is being led by Red Storm Entertainment, a studio with close ties to the Tom Clancy licenses, who has also worked on The Division and The Division 2.

Additional information, a trailer, and screenshots were not provided.

Ubisoft also announced plans to take The Division franchise to mobile, bringing the universe to an even wider audience.

Finally, The Division 2 will also be receiving brand new content as part of an update coming late 2021. The content will include an entirely new game mode and new methods for leveling agents with an emphasis on increasing build variety and viability. More details will be revealed on this new update ahead of its release.

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