Ubisoft’s free-to-play shooter The Division Heartland cancelled three years after being announced

Ubisoft has cancelled its upcoming free-to-play shooter The Division Heartland, as it moves to refocus its resources on “bigger opportunities”.

The Division Heartland was announced for PC and consoles back in May 2021, when it was original set to launch within a vague “2021-22” release window. Since then, it’s resurfaced intermittently, and an open beta last summer – followed by a Taiwanese ratings board sighting – seemed to suggest a launch was finally drawing near.

However, three years after Heartland’s unveiling, Ubisoft has now officially called time on the still-unreleased project. “After careful consideration, we have made the tough call to halt development on Tom Clancy’s The Division Heartland, effective immediately,” the publisher wrote in a statement announcing the news (thanks IGN).

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