Today, during Ubisoft Forward, Ubisoft shared more details for three games in the Tom Clancy’s The Division universe; Tom Clancy’s The Division 2, The Division Heartland and The Division Resurgence.
Tom Clancy’s The Division 2’s Season 10: Price of Power
Tom Clancy’s The Division 2. Season 10: Price of Power, featuring new difficulties for the Countdown Mode and 2 Strongholds, quality of life improvements, Apparel Events, a new Season Pass, and more, will release on September 13. Season 10: Price of Power is available to all The Division® 2 Warlords of New York owners and Ubisoft+ subscribers.
The new season follows the story of the latest target to track down – General Peter Anderson. Hungry for power, and with the True Sons looking for direction after the fall of Antwon Ridgeway, General Anderson sees an opportunity to build a new team and take down The Division. General Anderson is brokering a peace with the Black Tusk and The Division must locate and neutralize Sokolova’s advanced team (Trig, Micro, Chirpy, and Lucky) before the merger is complete. Season 10 is the second of three seasons for Year 4 of the Division.
Tom Clancy’s The Division Heartland
The Division Heartland, a survival-action multiplayer shooter set in small-town America within the Division universe, will be available in 2022-2023 on PC, consoles, and cloud. Players can sign up for future closed tests at thedivisiongame.com.
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. Silver Creek was once a pleasant town in the American Midwest, but it was left in ruins following the spread of the Dollar Flu. Players will take on the role of loyal Division agents from across the nation responding to a call for help. Fighting alongside and against other trained agents, players will explore the secrets of Silver Creek and provide hope to what remains of small-town America.
Development is led by Red Storm, a veteran team who has worked on the franchise since the first The Division game. The team is bringing a test-and-learn mindset to the development of the game, continually conducting test phases with the community to gather and implement feedback before moving to the next phase.
Tom Clancy’s The Division Resurgence’s Closed Beta
Registrations are now open for the upcoming closed beta for Tom Clancy’s The Division Resurgence, a new free-to-play, third-person shooter RPG mobile game from the Tom Clancy’s The Division franchise coming to Android and iOS mobile devices. Players can now sign up for a chance to participate in the closed beta, at thedivisiongame.com or on Google Play.
In July, The Division Resurgence held a successful closed alpha, with players enjoying the graphics, gameplay, and open world. Players who did not participate in the closed alpha now have a chance to play in the closed beta, which will take place this fall.
Players in the closed beta will have a chance to participate in some of the familiar iconic PvP modes in The Division franchise. This includes the popular Dark Zone, a unique PvPvE mode that features the city’s most dangerous enemies – but plenty of gear and equipment. Players will rediscover the Dark Zone at the palm of their hands. Conflict, a PvP mode featured in The Division 2, will also be part of the closed beta. Domination, one of the modes in Conflict, will be available at closed beta, while Skirmish will be added at a later time.
Let us know what you think about The Division Heartland and whether or not you are interested in checking it out. Ubisoft has also released two new trailers for Skull and Bones.