Ubisoft has released the first gameplay trailer for its next The Division game, The Division Heartland, as part of last night''s Ubisoft Forward presentation.
Heartland, a survival-action multiplayer shooter "set in small-town America within the Division universe" is currently available on PC, consoles, and cloud. While initially planned to launch in "2021-22," it was initially planned to launch in "2022-2023."
"This standalone free-to-play The Division game introduces new playable characters in a rural setting, far from the events in New York and Washington, D.C.," Ubisoft says, confirming that Red Storm is developing a "veteran team who has worked on the franchise since the first The Division game."
"Silver Creek was once a welcoming town in the American Midwest, but it was left in ruins as the dollar flu spreadd. Players will take on the role of loyal Division officers from across the country responding to an appeal for assistance.
"Fighting alongside and against other trained professionals, players will explore the secrets of Silver Creek and provide hope to what remains of small-town America."
Though the press release had been discontinued as soon as beta testing begin, Ubisoft is encumbing players to register their interest here. If you are indeed interested, head on over and sign up for future closed tests at the official website.
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