Ubisoft has announced Tom Clancy’s The Division: Heartland, a standalone free-to-play game due for PC, PlayStation and Xbox sometime vaguely in “2021-22” from Ghost Recon studio Red Storm Entertainment.
Another The Division game is also in development for mobile, Ubisoft said, while its previously-announced The Division film starring Jessica Chastain and Jake Gyllenhaal, in development with Netflix, is also still on the cards. Finally, a The Division novel is on the way, with a story set post-The Division 2.
Back in March, Ubisoft said it was still planning future content for The Division 2 and that a major update for that game was due in late 2021 with the arrival of a new mode. In the meantime, The Division 2 is re-running previous seasons of content to keep things ticking over.
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