Ubisoft quietly postponed the free The Division

Ubisoft quietly postponed the free The Division

We believe you remember the fifth month and the announcement of Tom Clancy’s The Division: Heartland, a free title set in the world of the franchise we know. Well, that game was supposed to hit our screens by March 2022. However, the latest earnings report at Ubisoft gave us a slightly different view of the game’s possible release.

Instead of fiscal 2021/22. year, the release of the game is now expected in fiscal 2022/23. years. This means we could get Heartland at the earliest in the fourth month of 2022, and the latest in the third in 2023. Ubisoft’s quiet postponement of the games is no stranger as the same happened to Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake, whose release was also postponed to the same period.

The Division: Heartland was not screened at this year’s E3 trade show, which called into question the state of the game, but now we know why. This free-to-play title will be available on PlayStation, Xbox, and PC platforms, and is being worked on by Red Storm Entertainment - a studio that had its fingers in The Division and its sequel.


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