Over the weekend, Ubisoft provided a lot of information about The Division Heartland, the free-to-play game in development at Red Storm Entertainment and set to release on PC, PlayStation, and Xbox.
In the developer’s “dig deep” video, the Red Storm members cover a variety of gameplay details, classes, gameplay, and other game mechanics, and provide an overview of what’s going on. . Heartland will enter closed beta later this year and players can sign up for a chance to participate.
Ubisoft also shared a content roadmap for The Division 2’s fifth consecutive year. Season 1, Broken Wings, will launch in June and will bring a new rogue-lite game mode called Descent. Players can experience this mode early by participating in the test server on PC. The Season 2 Puppeteers will take players to the Meret Estate to confront the Cleaners. Vanguard Season 3 is when players return to New York City to discover new revelations about Aaron Keener and his Rogues. And Season 4, Black Diamond, will revolve around a new DLC story with all-new areas, main quests, and endgame textures.
The Division 2 also hosts new Manhunts, Tournaments, and events each season. Players will need to own the Warlords of New York expansion to unlock all new content, except Descent mode.
Ubisoft also said that the next Beta phase of the mobile shooter The Division Resurgence will launch this summer in certain regions. Along with Android users, this is the first time that iOS gamers have the chance to play the game experience for free. Players can pre-register here. The publisher has previously confirmed that The Division Resurgence will be released for a period of 12 months, ending by March 31, 2024.