A few days ago Ubisoft presented the future plans for the saga Tom Clancy’s: The Division that for the next few years, plans that include the launch of The Division Heartland, a new videogame free-to-play for PC and consoles to arrive this year in 2022.
Now, days later, it has leaked a video of a minute and a half on the network where we can see the presentation of the closed beta of The Division Heartland as a gameplay 20 minutes long in which we can see the game in motion as you can see right here below:
In the short video presentation it is explained that The Division Heartland be a open world survival action game which will take place in a small American town called Silver Creek. In the beta you can play two modes, Expedition, centered on the PVE, and Storm, a PVPVE mode open to up to 45 players. In both cases the players must survive, fight, explore, collect and avoid contaminated areas with a deadly virus that behaves in an aggressive and unpredictable way.
The Division roadmap for the future
Tom Clancy’s The Division Heartland can be played in PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S y Xbox One and is scheduled to be launched between this year and 2022 but also will not be the nicesto content in the future plans of the saga that will also receive during the next months new content for The Division 2, a title for mobile devices, a novel and the jewel in the crown, a movie what will be released in Netflix It will be directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber and starring Jessica Chastain and Jake Gyllenhaal so that we can enjoy a plot inspired by the events we saw in the first game.