The first play of The Division Heartland, a free action and survival game

Ubisoft presents a preview of this new shooter in a small American town.

It’s been over a year since it was announced and since then…nothing. The months and months we heard about a game that survived Multiple cancellations from UbisoftAnd this day at last, at last Ubisoft Strikerin a short video about the gameplay in which its authors talk about the main attractions of Heartland Divisiona new free-to-play shooting game that will be released on PC and consoles on a date yet to be determined.

Heartland is an original and different city but maintains the spirit of The DivisionKeith Evans“It’s a pleasure to introduce you to a new experience,” said Heartland’s creative director, who defines his new work as the “action and survival” shooter that maintains “the spirit of the rest of the installments” in The Division’s saga. As already expected, at this address we will have to protect a small American town, Silver Creekfrom various hostile factions, corrupt agents and deadly pollution.

Developed by Red Storm, the game “connects directly to the timeline” of the saga, bringing new characters and subplots to the battlefield. “Hartland is authentic and different,” continues its creative director, Keith Evans. “But it preserves the spirit of The Division.” When can we enjoy it? At the moment, there is no release date, which is marked on the official Ubisoft website as 2022-2023but what we have is a choice Sign us up for the next stage of the test.

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