After Tom Clancy’s The Division and The Division 2, you’d think that Ubisoft would be working on an official third entry to the series. But while the publisher is working on a new entry to the series, it’s not getting the number three in its name. It’s called Tom Clancy’s The Division Heartland, and it’s going to be a free-to-play title.
This new entry into The Division universe is being worked on by Ubisoft’s Red Storm studio. The publisher also says that newcomers to the series will not need to have played the first two games to get into the new one. Though the game will “provide an all new perspective on the universe in a new setting”.
On the announcement page, Ubisoft says that The Division Heartland will be available “in 2021-22”. Which is a pretty big window, to say the least. It will be available on PC, consoles, and cloud, presumably Google Stadia and Amazon Luna.
The company is also taking in volunteers for its early test phases. If you’re interested, you can find the link to the sign up page, as well as the announcement page below. In addition to Heartland, Ubisoft is also bringing The Division to mobile. Though the publisher says it will only be sharing details on this at a later date.